CyberSmart goes national

CyberSmart has partnered with Academic Business Advisors to bring CyberSmart’s product to the national educational market. CyberSmart workshops coach teachers on how to incorporate 21st century activities safely and ethically into their curriculum. CyberSmart includes both online workshops and free
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CyberSmart! has partnered with Academic Business Advisors to bring CyberSmart’s product to the national educational market. CyberSmart! workshops coach teachers on how to incorporate 21st century activities safely and ethically into their curriculum. CyberSmart! includes both online workshops and free ongoing resources to support educators in meeting the needs of today’s students. ABA will provide complete sales management services for CyberSmart!

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