SunHerald.com reports that five of 10 employees from Cisco Systems are still working in South Mississippi in an effort to help public schools devastated by Hurricane Katrina. The mission of the "21st Century Fellows" is to help rebuild schools and transform them into models of learning. So far, Cisco has contributed $40 million to the effort, which intends to expand the possibilities for learning for children whose schools were affected by Hurricanes Rita and Katrina. The Cisco employees left their regular jobs and family to help officials integrate and utilize donations from a range of contributors. The fellows hope...

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