California technology coordinator wins Google contest

Miramonte High School Technology Coordinator Cheryl Davis was named one of six winners of a Google contest to create a lesson plan using Google Earth's new ancient Rome layer, reports the San Jose Mercury News. Davis, a former history teacher who is also a technology specialist for the district at large, will get several prizes: an Apple MacBook laptop, digital projector, digital camera, and $500 in gift cards. "When Google

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