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Live from NECC: Math and Science Online

News from the National Education Computing Conference in Washington DC   High school students now have the opportunity to explore real world math and science in an interactive online environment, with the launch of Adaptive Curriculum High School Math and
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High school students now have the opportunity to explore real-world math and science in an interactive online environment, with the launch of Adaptive Curriculum High School Math and Adaptive Curriculum High School Science from Sebit, LLC. Developed in partnership with Arizona State University, Adaptive Curriculum uses realistic images and dynamic interactions to motivate and engage students in learning math and science.

To view the multimedia news release with video, visit http://www.cblohm.com/news/Sebit/SE_090629/.

To view more news from NECC, visit http://www.cblohm.com/NECC/.

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