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Colorado district chooses classroom media provider

 The Lewis Palmer School District in Monument and Colorado Springs, serves the areas near the United States Air Force Academy, and boasts a 95% graduation rate from its high schools, with over 85% of those students continuing on to college.
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The Lewis Palmer School District in Monument and Colorado Springs, serves the areas near the United States Air Force Academy, and boasts a 95% graduation rate from its high schools, with over 85% of those students continuing on to college. The district has recently selected New Dimension Media’s CCC! Core Curriculum Content as the in-classroom content provider for its 5,800 students.

“We’re committed to preparing students and helping them succeed. CCC! and NDM’s catalog of thousands of educational titles will be a great resource to help our teachers do just that,” said Glenda Hawkinson, Educational Media Specialist at Lewis Palmer School District.

The catalog includes educational content from Disney Educational Productions, National Geographic Education, and the National Science Foundation, among others.

“New Dimension Media is proud to be the educational content provider for the Lewis Palmer School District,” said Melissa Moreland, Vice President of Acquisitions and Program Development. “We continue to grow our presence nationally, and we’re adding great new educational content to our catalog—like the Bill Nye Eyes of Nye series—and launching exciting new programs that make our content more accessible to schools across the country.”

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