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PEOPLE IN THE NEWS
The Dallas office of Perkins+Will, a global architecture and design firm, hired Vandana Nayak to lead the K-12 and Higher Education practice in Texas and the Southwest U.S.

 

Sara Kloek
Sara Kloek has been hired as the Software & Information Industry Association’s (SIIA) new director of Education Policy, Programs and Student Privacy.


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PRODUCTS
 

Active Charging Solution
Powering classrooms and offices to meet today’s technology demand is often the biggest challenge for facilities. 


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Classroom Projectors
Epson, an international projector brand worldwide, launched nine new PowerLite long-throw projectors for
K-12 classrooms. 
 
 
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FEATURES

 

 
Milwaukee School of Engineering Gets $34 Million for Next-Gen Tech Hall
MILWAUKEE — The future of digital technology is being written in brick and mortar thanks to a $34 million gift to the Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE) from Dwight Diercks, an MSOE regent and alumnus,
and his wife, Dian
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EDspaces 2017 Encourages Designers to Learn, Unlearn & Relearn
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The overall message from the EDspaces 2017 conference held in Kansas City was that technology is shaping the world at a rapid rate.


 
NEWS


Farmingdale State College Reopens Conklin Hall Following $12 Million Renovation
EAST FARMINGDALE, N.Y. – State University of New York at Farmingdale (Farmingdale State College SUNY) administrators and area political leaders recently celebrated the reopening of the Conklin Hall student center.

Safety Compliance Management Trainers Offer Free Courses
EMMITSBURG, Md.— With its myriad natural disasters, unprecedented gun violence and preponderance of riots, 2017 has shaped up to be a year of extraordinary challenges. 

Gender Neutral Restroom Debate Continues in Nation’s Schools
In less sensitive times, the term “binary” was seldom used outside the high school math classroom.

 

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