The National School Boards Association (NSBA) is pulling the plug on its pioneering school technology magazine, Electronic School, after a near 20-year run.

A source within the organization confirmed that the January 2002 edition of Electronic School was the publication's last. However, NSBA spokeswoman Renee Williams Hockaday would say only that the association has decided not to publish a June issue.

Published since the mid-1980s, Electronic School was the oldest school technology publication written exclusively for K-12 leaders. T.H.E. Journal, which also covers educational technology, began as a publication for

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