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   Casio Receives Esteemed Education Technology Award for Ecolite Projector
October 20, 2015
Casio America, Inc., a pioneer in the data projection space, is excited to announce that the EcoLite™ XJ-V1 projector has been awarded Tech and Learning magazine’s Award of Excellence for outstanding education technology products
 XJ-UT310WN - Ultra Short Throw Projector Casio Encourages Digital Learning with Introduction of C-Assist
September 30, 2014
New Mobile Application Offers Comprehensive Feature-Set for Easy Classroom Integration
 XJ-UT310WN - Best in show Award CASIO
June 26, 2014
XJ-UT310WN Awarded Best of Show at InfoComm 2014 by AV Technology.
   Casio Introduces World's Brightest Lampfree® Ultra Short-Throw Projector
April 1, 2014
New Casio XJ-UT310WN Projector Boasts 3100 Lumens and WXGA Resolution
   Why Nova Scotia Schools are switching to Casio lamp-free projectors
December 29, 2013
Longer useful life, great performance and 35% lower cost of ownership among the reasons
March 5, 2013
Industry Leader Offers Educators Comprehensive Tools to Enrich Classroom Atmosphere and Increase Student Participation
January 8, 2013
Darden Middle School in North Carolina Awarded Short Throw Projector Package
   New Jersey schools receive $10,000 to upgrade classroom technology
February 29, 2012 recently reported that the Peter Cooper and Robert Erskine schools in Ringwood, New Jersey, each received $10,000 in grants from the Ringwood Education Foundation to upgrade their classroom technology.
   Michigan school district knows technology is a classroom essential
February 29, 2012
The Romeo Community Schools Board of Education in Michigan have unanimously approved a funding bill to replace more than 400 computers and laptops across the district, the Romeo Observer recently reported.
   Students learning ABC's through 3D learning program
February 29, 2012
Children in McKinney, Texas, are learning through a new technology program called Letters Alive, which is a 3D tool designed to help students learn the alphabet, the Star Local News recently reported.
   Colorado students take to streets for new classroom technology
February 29, 2012
Students at Beaver Valley Elementary School in Brush, Colorado, recently participated in a fundraising event at a local Wendy's restaurant to raise money for approximately 30 iPads, Brush News-Tribune's Katie Collins reported.
   New classroom funding to go a long way for New York students
February 28, 2012
New technology programs will be launched as part of a nearly $15,000 funding program from the Ithaca Public Education Initiative in New York, the Ithaca Journal reported.
   Massachusetts rotary club donates $50,000 for classroom technology improvements
February 28, 2012
To help upgrade the city's school IT infrastructure, the Danvers Rotary in Massachusetts recently donated $50,000 for the DEEP Technology Campaign.
   School technology legislation moves on to Georgia Senate
February 24, 2012
Students in Georgia are one step closer to being able to use their smartphones and tablets in school.
   Connecticut technology initiative to help teachers look before they leap
February 23, 2012
Students in Darien, Connecticut, may have new classroom technology at their fingertips next year, depending on how teachers feel about certain devices.
   Digital textbooks considered the next learning tool
February 22, 2012
Washington officials are focusing more on the technological aspects of classrooms as digital media continues to evolve.
   Maryland elementary school hopes technology funding will reach its target
February 7, 2012
Snow Hill Elementary School in Maryland will receive $100,000 from Target as part of retail giant's goal to donate $1 billion for education by 2015, according to a recent report.
   Illinois high school set for iPad pilot program
February 3, 2012
The Apple iPad is no longer considered strictly a consumer device as more schools nationwide are adopting the sleek mobile technology.
   Maine school district hopes funding will keep music, technology in the classroom
February 1, 2012
York school officials in Maine recently voted unanimously to pass a funding bill to a budget committee for further approval, reported.
   Connecticut school district to revamp technology infrastructure
January 31, 2012
The Hartford Courant recently reported that school board officials in Farmington, Connecticut, met to discuss future staff and technology funding for the 2012-2013 year.
   New Jersey superintendent makes case for future classroom technology funding
January 31, 2012
The Millburn School District in New Jersey hopes to receive nearly $2 million in funding to upgrade its technology infrastructure, according to a recent Millburn-ShortHills Patch report.
   Study reveals teachers craving more classroom technology
January 31, 2012
Teachers nationwide understand the role technology plays in their classrooms, and more educators want access to new, state-of-the-art devices.
   Boston College provides Newton schools with funding for new technology
January 30, 2012
Boston College will provide the Newton Public School system with $300,000 over the next three years to upgrade its technology infrastructure, the Boston Globe recently reported.
   State funding helping South Carolina students learn with new classroom technology
January 30, 2012
Students in Marion School District 7 in South Carolina are learning through new technology such as iPads after schools received a total of $186,000 in additional funding, according to a recent SCNow report.
   Colorado school using iPads as valuable educational tools
January 25, 2012
Teachers at Legacy Academy in Elizabeth, Colorado, are using iPads to conduct lessons, according to a recent Denver Post report.
   Montana school officials get behind new classroom technology
January 24, 2012
KRTV recently reported that many teachers in Great Falls, Montana, believe future classroom funding should be geared toward the adoption of new technology.
   Maryland students using iPads to make math problems history
January 23, 2012
Rather than conduct lesson plans using a textbook or chalkboard, Charles Carroll Middle School teacher Christina Jerome's eighth-grade students are using iPads to solve math problems, the Baltimore Sun recently reported.
   Future of Arkansas in the hands of students, new technology
January 19, 2012
The Arkansas News Bureau recently reported that a pilot program involving the science, technology, engineering and mathematics will grow to include 15 school districts and a technical center for the 2012-2013 school year.
   Future funding for Michigan schools could provide students with new technology
January 18, 2012
Gull Lake Community Schools in Richland, Michigan, may receive $7 million in technology and building funding if district voters approve a new bill, according to a recent report.
   Kansas City high school ditches books for tablets, smartphones
January 17, 2012
Students at Notre Dame de Sion High School in Kansas City, Missouri, are using smartphones and tablets in the classroom rather than restricting their learning to textbooks, the Kansas City Star recently reported.
   Idaho students expected to make history with new technology
January 16, 2012
Students across Idaho are expected to receive new technology to expand their learning capabilities, according to a recent Associated Press report.
   Utah views student technology as next educational wave
January 13, 2012
Rather than restrict lesson plans to textbooks and chalkboards, the state school board of Utah hopes to offer each student his or her own computer, tablet or other handheld device in the near future, the Salt Lake Tribune recently reported.
   Aging classroom technology not cutting it in Massachusetts district
January 12, 2012
Students in Danvers, Massachusetts, have been performing well in the classroom, but the district's aging technology is no longer up to par, according to a recent Salem News report.
   Massachusetts school district will no longer lack modern classroom technology
January 11, 2012
Schools in Medford, Massachusetts, will receive $3.3 million to revamp their aging technology infrastructure, according to a recent Medford Patch report.

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