Jim Goodnight, co-founder of SAS and a strong advocate of education, is committing more money and resources to help boost classroom learning, reports WRAL of Raleigh, N.C. At a speech Dec. 12, Goodnight disclosed that SAS is making available free of charge its "SAS Curriculum Pathways" educational software package. Addressing members of the North Carolina General Assembly's Joint Legislative Technology Committee at N.C. State University, Goodnight said SAS made the decision in an effort to improve education. "Shrinking budgets and pricing structures should not stand in the way of America's students receiving education technology that will engage them and better


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