New York schools go for Google Apps

 The New York Institute of Technology has announced that 3.1 million students and hundreds of thousands of teachers in K-12 schools across the state of New York will now have access to Google Apps for Education.
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The New York Institute of Technology has announced that 3.1 million students and hundreds of thousands of teachers in K-12 schools across the state of New York will now have access to Google Apps for Education. As a result of this initiative, 697 public school districts and all non-public and charter schools now also have training and other resources to help them use Google Apps in the classroom.

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