A Handy Chrome Tip from our Support Team


One of the great features schools enjoy when they use Google Apps for Education (GAFE) is that students and teachers alike can sign into their GAFE accounts anywhere and on any device. If a student loses or breaks a Chromebook, they can log into another Chromebook or even the Chrome browser on a desktop computer without missing a beat.

A lot of users may just open up the Chrome browser, navigate to Gmail or Google Drive and log into their accounts there. I would compare that to signing into a Chromebook as a guest. But did you know that’s not the only way to do it? Read on to learn more…

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Why now is the best time to try Teach for Google


Have you tried Teach for Google™ yet? The professional development system used by thousands of educators wanting to get the most out of Google Apps for Education just launched its newest course “Compare and Contrast” last week. This brings the total number of effective instructional strategy courses to 27.

In addition, a new free “Featured Course” was released and new pricing has been announced (hint: you may want to take advantage of current pricing before the end of October). I’ve included all the details and a quick refresher on Teach in this post.

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2 Million Users and Counting


We’re super excited (and humbled) to let everyone know that Read&Write for Google Chrome crossed the 2 million user mark in September! To celebrate we’re giving away free access to software and more. Keep reading for details…

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NYSCOSS Fall Leadership Meeting 2015


Leading with Courage (A Journey into the Hearts and Minds of Educators)

This week's blog is brought to you by Doug Rosette, Vice President of Sales at Texthelp.

What does it take to be an Educator?  It takes the heart of the Tinman, the brains of the Scarecrow, and the courage of the Lion. This is what hundreds of superintendents agreed on at the recent Fall Leadership Summit of the New York State Council of School Superintendents (NYSCOSS), the theme of which was the Wizard of Oz.

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Help Students Master Reading with the new Fluency Tutor for Google


Over 60% of 4th and 8th grade students in the US today score below proficiency in reading (Nation’s Report Card). Unfortunately this statistic hasn’t changed much over the last 20 years and impacts a number of students, including those receiving Special Education services, English Language Learners, and those who have just fallen behind.

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