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FEATURES

SUPPLEMENT: THE MONEY ISSUE

SMART WAYS SCHOOLS CAN SAVE
By Ellen Ullman
As state and federal funds continue on their downward spiral, districts are forced to come up with alternative ways to pay for staff, supplies, and programs. Here are some ideas you may not have considered.

TAKE CHARGE
By Ellen Ullman
You don’t have to be a Texas-sized district to realize the benefits of asset management software. Whether you need to handle power usage, track warranty information, or find a serial number, these packages let you handle those tasks quickly and efficiently.

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PRODUCTS

Put to the Test: T&L Editors take some new products for a test drive.
MimioMobile

What’s New

DEPARTMENTS & COLUMNS

EDITOR’S NOTE: SHOWING YOU THE MONEY

BIG IDEAS
Top10 Web Stories
BLOG BITS
TOP TWEETS
Increase Your Tech Toolbox This Summer
T&L READER SURVEY: ARE YOU CONCERNED ABOUT THE PRIVACY OF YOUR STUDENT DATA?
SITE WE LIKE
Study Explores the Costs of MOOCs
Apps for the One iPad Classroom
e-Rate Needs by State
The Mobile Device Divide
APPS OF THE DAY FROM TECHLEARNING.COM

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