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PlanbookEdu.com is a new website offering ways for teachers to organize and access their lesson plans online. Users can access their planbook from any internet connection, and customize or edit, using word processing software, online. Both free and premium service ($25
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PlanbookEdu.com is a new website offering ways for teachers to organize and access their lesson plans online. Users can access their planbook from any internet connection, and customize or edit, using word processing software, online. Both free and premium service ($25/yr, group discounts) are available. Premium service includes features such as Common Core Standards, ability to attach files, sharing, export to Word and PDF and more.

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