Folsom, Calif.-based e.Republic, a producer of conferences, publications, and research reports for the public-sector IT market, is ceasing publication of Converge magazine, which covered technology's impact on K-12 and higher education.

Launched in September 1998 as a monthly publication, Converge began publishing every other month in December 2001. It had a reported circulation of 85,000 at the time of its demise.

The magazine's resources are being merged into the Center for Digital Education, another division of e.Republic that serves as a national research and advisory institute for educators and industry


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