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First Place High School: Bloodstained Sunrise, Paul Bertolino, Grade 12, Ward Melville, East Setauket, NY
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High brightness projector to ship in June

BenQ has announced that its SH960 high brightness projector will be shipping in time for InfoComm 2011 and featured at the company’s booth, 943, at the Orange County Convention Center, Orlando, June 15-17.

LEARNING PLANS ON DEMAND

Learning Plans on Demand released new diagnostic assessments that tie directly into embedded tutorials for individualized learning. The tool automates the RTI process from the individual assessments to the generating of the learning plan, and it does so for remediation or accelerated instruction. It includes assessments and tutorials for math, language arts, reading, and science at any grade level from kindergarten to high school exit exams. Price: Contact company for pricing. Category: assessment

Sharp Electronics

Sharp Electronics (SharpUSA.com/projectors) announced a special deal for schools: for every PG-F267X Projector purchased by K-12 educational end-user organizations between now and June 30, Sharp is offering a free “classroom pack” of 25 Sharp WriteView EL-W535B Educator Scientific Calculators, with an estimated total retail value of $325. Sharp’s PG-F267X is the company’s first short-throw DLP BrilliantColor professional projector, combining the high brightness and convenience of a short-throw design with the fine image quality and reliability of BrilliantColor DLP technology.