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O'Reilly Media Donates Over $100million In Content Under Connected Initiative

Posted at 8:22AM Thursday 06 Feb 2014

Through its Safari Books Online division, O'Reilly Media announced a donation of over $100 million in content and tools for K-12 schools to use free of charge as part of the Obama administration's ConnectED initiative. The donation, which will reach 15,000 US public schools, is part of a larger strategy to ensure technology literacy among today's primary and secondary education participants.

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