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Elementary and middle school teachers now have eight new options for science class software, as American Education Corp. has released its latest version of computer-based courseware for first through eighth grade. Sciences I-VIII are the newest addition to the company's A+nyWhere Learning System (A+LS), with significant upgrades to the courseware's content and alignment, making it easier for educators to use the equipment in their daily classroom lessons. Sciences I-VIII are aligned with the National Science Education Standards and tailored to each state's educational standards, making the software practical in classrooms across the country, the company said.
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