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New Computer System Changes NYC Schools

Monday, March 02, 2009

Between e-mail, web sites, blogs and wikis, we're all coping with an information overload. New York City's teachers and principals are also facing this dilemma, now that they're spending more time online. The city has created an $80 million computer network for the public schools. WNYC's Beth Fertig has more on how it's changing the culture of education.

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