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Panel Discussion: Aligning Currciulum and Technology

Aligning curriculum and technology successfully requires strong cross-departmental communication. Listen to this online panel discussion on Aligning Curriculum and Technology to hear the successes and challenges two districts have experienced and the solutions they've found to bridge the gap.Listen to archive now.
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Aligning curriculum and technology successfully requires strong cross-departmental communication. Listen to this online panel discussion on Aligning Curriculum and Technology to hear the successes and challenges two districts have experienced and the solutions they've found to bridge the gap.

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