To help schools make better use of their networks and computers, two major technology companies are launching solutions that deliver textbook content from leading education publishers onto each desktop in every classroom or computer lab from a central district server.

So far, educational content resources—including everything from aging textbooks and, CD-ROM collections to video libraries housed across town and on the internet—have remained largely scattered, making it difficult for educators to manage them effectively.

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