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by Lucy Griffiths on 29th June 2010
More and more states in the US are introducing Google Apps for Education, it has been announced.
According to the search engine, Colorado and Iowa have now joined Oregon in offering the apps to public schools.
Among the tools that will be available to educational establishments using the technology are Gmail, Docs, Video, Calendar, Sites and Groups.
Children and teachers will now be able to take advantage of these centralised resources in their classrooms, which will also help them to save money, Google notes on its official blog.
A series of training solutions are being introduced to allow schools to make the most of these new apps.
Brent Siegrist, director of Iowa Area Education Agencies Services, said: "As a former teacher, I can see how these tools will engage students, make the classroom a more vibrant place and allow teachers to work together more collaboratively."
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