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    EDITOR’S NOTE: PEOPLE POWER

    While the Tech & Learning tagline, “ideas and tools for edtech leaders,” is our monthly editorial guide, this month’s issue flips the script.

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    EDITOR’S NOTE: DATA DOUBTS

    Suffice it to say that the editors here at Tech & Learning are pretty bullish on, well, technology and education.

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    EDITORS DESK: GROUP THINK

    One of the many things that make this job both inspiring and fun is the opportunity to interact with readers—educators who over the years have become trusted advisors and contributors.

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    EDITOR’S NOTE: PLEASE TOUCH

    While the rest of the world may seem in disarray, the state of edtech so far in 2017 appears to be strong.

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    EDITOR’S NOTE: AWAY WE GO

    The New Year means setting up the calendar with a full slate of winter edtech events for our editors to cover.

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    EDITOR’S NOTE: CHANGE IS GOOD! (RIGHT?)

    What a difference an issue can make! When the Tech&Learning editors began planning this year-end double issue, little did we know how much the landscape of education technology and public education would tilt, at least when it comes to the influence of the Department of Education (or what may eventually remain of it).

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CDI Launches a Chromebook Trade-In Program for Schools

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