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New Support for Districts in Meeting Tech Components of Common Core Standards

Atomic Learning announces the early availability of the new Atomic TechCore solution
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Atomic Learning announces the early availability of the new Atomic TechCore solution, developed in response to district needs to address the technology components embedded in the Common Core State Standards.

Atomic TechCore consists of a set of customizable planning and collaborative network tools that assist administrators in identifying the professional development and technology needed for their district to be successful in meeting the technology requirements embedded within Common Core standards, and in communicating the resulting findings to those impacted within the district.

To learn more, visit http://al.atomiclearning.com/techcore.

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