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570 Mt. Pleasant Avenue
Dover, NJ 07801
United States

Casio, Inc.

Casio, the leader in LampFree® Projectors, utilizes a unique Laser & LED hybrid light source technology for amazing high brightness and performance. The reliable LampFree® light source has an estimated life of 20,000 hours and eliminates the risk of downtime due to mercury lamp failure. With no mercury lamp to replace, Casio projectors are earth-friendly and have a significantly lower TCO.

Model: XJ-F211WN

The Advanced Series XJ-F211WN projector provides vibrant colors and high brightness of 3500 lumens in WXGA (1280 x 800) resolution.
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LULAC announces grants to help bridge education gap
Posted on Friday, September 10, 2010
LULAC announces grants to help bridge education gap

The League of United Latin American Citizens of Wisconsin has announced more than $400,000 in grants to assist in educating minorities and help bridge the education achievement gap, the Journal Sentinel reports.

At a luncheon attended by nearly 200 people from various minority communities, universities and community organizations, Campaign for High School Equity director Michael Wotorson called education an emerging civil rights issue and urged communities to “come together to construct solutions in education for us and our kids.”

The largest grant announced was $300,000 from CSC Learning, a Chicago-based educational technology and consulting firm that specializes in scientifically based programs to assist students.

“It’s a wonderful tool to assist teachers,” said superintendent Deborah Kerr of CSC Learning’s program. “And students love it because it’s technology-based.”

Educators say new software and technology, such as a computer, interactive whiteboard or a classroom projector, provides students with the tools they need to be prepared for the future.

In addition, LULAC will receive grants from the Ford Motor Company Fund, the Campaign from High School Equity and $25,000 from Time Warner Cable to form a technology center in Waukesha.ADNFCR-3190-ID-19938617-ADNFCR

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