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April 2012 Table of Contents

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Take the Mess Out of Going Wireless
By Ellen Ullman
BYOD and 1:1 programs are getting a lot of buzz, but the logistics of these initiatives can be sticky. Here are eight common challenges when setting up a BYOD and 1:1 network and their solutions.

SCHOOLCIO : Driving Decisions with Data
By Ellen Ullman
Research shows that if instructional plans are based on assessment data, it’s more likely that students will attain the desired learning outcomes.

No more paper, no more books
By Len Scrogan
Digital content, streaming media, and on-demand learning resources are cascading into schools, but effective infrastructure is only half the story. The more exhilarating half of the story involves changing the classroom paradigm.

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Long Review: Learning.com
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Editor’s Desk
Paper (and anger) management

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Lenovo Funds STEM Education
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What is your biggest obstacle to implementing a BYOT program?
Win a Wireless Lab
Reading Assessment Survey
Closing the Gap Grant
Top Sites for Curating the Web
Space Lab winners selected
VIDEO OF THE WEEK Series
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They Said IT: The Paradox of Choice

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