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This is the technology plan Sheila's team created.Along the way, they used Apple's 'Teaching, Learning and Technology, a multimedia kit that guidesyou through the entire planningprocess-from choosing the right technology, to implementing it, to evaluating its over all effectiveness in your school. At Apple, we realize that putting technology in a school can be avery detailed and, often, a very demanding process. Even experienced computer coordinators find that they may need a little help every now and then. That's why we have a dedicated division of education specialists-many former educators themselves - on hand to answer questions and assistyou.That' why we're always investing in education al research, and sharing our knowledge and technical expertise with the educa tion community. And that's why we've designed our new Macintosh" LC com puters from the ground up, to meet the unique needs of educators and students. It's these kinds of special efforts that have helped make us the number one computer company in schools today. And it's a commitment to education that you'll find only with Apple. Apple Apple Systems EngineerDave Staton. Sheila says that Dave "went above andbeyond our expectationsin helping us planour network. He studied our blueprints,outlined options-he even lent me booksfrom his own library." ©1995Appleco r Inc.All rgts resend.Apple,theApplelogoand adMacnt r ae registeredtrademarksofApple Conuter, nc. ThiadwasmadeentirelyusngAppleMacintos computers.