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The new rugged laptop from Intel and Lenovo is designed for use by students in grades K-8.
Several initiatives were launched at the conference, including the Web site stopbullying.gov and two new Facebook tools.
Becoming a chef involves more than just great cooking. Find out what kind of traditional schooling or chef training online you'll need, and what industries, cities, and states hire the most chefs and pay the biggest salaries.
Computer engineers enjoy both solid job prospects and a lucrative salary. Get more information on the top computer engineering salaries and how to earn them.
Learn more about working as a graphic designer, including popular careers, the cities where you can earn the highest salaries, and how online education can help you boost your earning potential in a field you love.
Several schools across the U.S. are evaluating new ways to get tardy students to show up on time.
You don't need to spend years at school to work in the health care field. Complete your phlebotomist training online and in no time, you'll be ready to enter a growing industry where the job prospects are plentiful.
The Minnesota Department of Education says the BlueSky Online School has made 'major and repeated violations of state law.'
The bill now goes to the House, which is expected to pass it.
Approximately 8,500 faculty and staff will start using Live@edu this fall, and high school students will follow during the 2011-12 school year.
Francisco Cigarroa says several groups have expressed concern that allowing the carrying of concealed handguns on campus will make schools less safe.
The school board of Providence, R.I., took the action in order to provide the city with maximum flexibility in making budget decisions.
Both Ivy League schools will now offer non-binding early action programs.
Eric D. Fingerhut will step down on March 13, 2011.
Want to work with animals? Consider earning a two-year degree to become a veterinary technician, and become part of a career field that's growing much faster than the average.