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Plymouth School Board to consider new software program

May 5, 2014

PLYMOUTH — The agenda for the May 6 Plymouth School Board meeting was released on Friday.Among other items, the Board will consider entering into a four-year contract for a Learning Management System. Among other things, the program would allow teachers to interact individually with students, build units, and design on-line courses. The combined totals for the four-year contract are set at $133,473.

To get the details on this contract before the Tuesday school board meeting, read today's issue of The Pilot News. Subscriptions to both the print and e-editions are available.

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