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Microsoft Chooses 6 Schools for START.
Microsoft and the Corporation for National and Community Service have selected six US-based schools to participate in an initiative designed to explore the role technology can play into the evolution of teaching and learning. The six institutions are from California, Mississippi, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania and Virginia and will participate in the Service & Technology Academic Resource Team (START). Of course, START is just one of the projects in which the Redmond company is looking to technology to provide answers for the schools, teachers and students of tomorrow.
Microsoft Chooses 6 Schools for START - Together with the Corporation for National and Community Service - Softpedia
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