NECC News: Software Eligible for Grant Money

Serif worked with Educational Resources, resellers of academic software, hardware, accessories, and supplemental products, to attain the designation which will enable schools to purchase Serif products using federal grant money.
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News from the National Educational Computing Conference:

Serif Inc., developer of affordable and accessible professional design, desktop publishing and graphics software, today announced its programs comprising the Serif Design Suite have been aligned to the 21st Century Community Learning Centers Grant program, which is run by the U.S. Department of Education. Serif worked with Educational Resources, resellers of academic software, hardware, accessories, and supplemental products, to attain the designation which will enable schools to purchase Serif products using federal grant money.

For more information, visit http://www.serif.com/education

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