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In addition to teaching CS/STEM classes and facilitating teacher training programs across the country, you know I am always on the lookout for great ways to re-use aging equipment, or donate it to families in my school/community. There is a free version for Home use, and an Educational version for schools and districts to use that is cost-effective. I have spoken to this guy about trying the Home Version on older equipment I have, and it looks like a great idea for equipment in your school as it ages out. It would be especially useful on older donated equipment.


Please check out the following link: https://www.neverware.com/#introtext-3

There is a quick (25 minutes) webinar available here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WG0yHj9BthY

Feel free to reply back with questions. I would be happy to explain more over a phone call or video conference. You could also contact Ben Aghion (baghion@neverware.com) at Neverware for more information.

- Harvey

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In addition to teaching CS/STEM classes and facilitating teacher training programs across the country, you know I am always on the lookout for great ways to re-use aging equipment, or donate it to families in my school/community. There is a free version for Home use, and an Educational version for schools and districts to use that is cost-effective. I have spoken to this guy about trying the Home Version on older equipment I have, and it looks like a great idea for equipment in your school as it ages out. It would be especially useful on older donated equipment.


Please check out the following link: https://www.neverware.com/#introtext-3

There is a quick (25 minutes) webinar available here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WG0yHj9BthY

Feel free to reply back with questions. I would be happy to explain more over a phone call or video conference. You could also contact Ben Aghion (baghion@neverware.com) at Neverware for more information.

- Harvey

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In addition to teaching CS/STEM classes and facilitating teacher training programs across the country, you know I am always on the lookout for great ways to re-use aging equipment, or donate it to families in my school/community. There is a free version for Home use, and an Educational version for schools and districts to use that is cost-effective. I have spoken to this guy about trying the Home Version on older equipment I have, and it looks like a great idea for equipment in your school as it ages out. It would be especially useful on older donated equipment.


Please check out the following link: https://www.neverware.com/#introtext-3

There is a quick (25 minutes) webinar available here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WG0yHj9BthY

Feel free to reply back with questions. I would be happy to explain more over a phone call or video conference. You could also contact Ben Aghion (baghion@neverware.com) at Neverware for more information.

- Harvey

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In addition to teaching CS/STEM classes and facilitating teacher training programs across the country, you know I am always on the lookout for great ways to re-use aging equipment, or donate it to families in my school/community. There is a free version for Home use, and an Educational version for schools and districts to use that is cost-effective. I have spoken to this guy about trying the Home Version on older equipment I have, and it looks like a great idea for equipment in your school as it ages out. It would be especially useful on older donated equipment.


Please check out the following link: https://www.neverware.com/#introtext-3

There is a quick (25 minutes) webinar available here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WG0yHj9BthY

Feel free to reply back with questions. I would be happy to explain more over a phone call or video conference. You could also contact Ben Aghion (baghion@neverware.com) at Neverware for more information.

- Harvey

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Think this is cool enough to share:

In addition to teaching CS/STEM classes and facilitating teacher training programs across the country, you know I am always on the lookout for great ways to re-use aging equipment, or donate it to families in my school/community. There is a free version for Home use, and an Educational version for schools and districts to use that is cost-effective. I have spoken to this guy about trying the Home Version on older equipment I have, and it looks like a great idea for equipment in your school as it ages out. It would be especially useful on older donated equipment.


Please check out the following link: https://www.neverware.com/#introtext-3

There is a quick (25 minutes) webinar available here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WG0yHj9BthY

Feel free to reply back with questions. I would be happy to explain more over a phone call or video conference. You could also contact Ben Aghion (baghion@neverware.com) at Neverware for more information.

- Harvey

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Think this is cool enough to share:

In addition to teaching CS/STEM classes and facilitating teacher training programs across the country, you know I am always on the lookout for great ways to re-use aging equipment, or donate it to families in my school/community. There is a free version for Home use, and an Educational version for schools and districts to use that is cost-effective. I have spoken to this guy about trying the Home Version on older equipment I have, and it looks like a great idea for equipment in your school as it ages out. It would be especially useful on older donated equipment.


Please check out the following link: https://www.neverware.com/#introtext-3

There is a quick (25 minutes) webinar available here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WG0yHj9BthY

Feel free to reply back with questions. I would be happy to explain more over a phone call or video conference. You could also contact Ben Aghion (baghion@neverware.com) at Neverware for more information.

- Harvey

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Think this is cool enough to share:

In addition to teaching CS/STEM classes and facilitating teacher training programs across the country, you know I am always on the lookout for great ways to re-use aging equipment, or donate it to families in my school/community. There is a free version for Home use, and an Educational version for schools and districts to use that is cost-effective. I have spoken to this guy about trying the Home Version on older equipment I have, and it looks like a great idea for equipment in your school as it ages out. It would be especially useful on older donated equipment.


Please check out the following link: https://www.neverware.com/#introtext-3

There is a quick (25 minutes) webinar available here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WG0yHj9BthY

Feel free to reply back with questions. I would be happy to explain more over a phone call or video conference. You could also contact Ben Aghion (baghion@neverware.com) at Neverware for more information.

- Harvey

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Think this is cool enough to share:

In addition to teaching CS/STEM classes and facilitating teacher training programs across the country, you know I am always on the lookout for great ways to re-use aging equipment, or donate it to families in my school/community. There is a free version for Home use, and an Educational version for schools and districts to use that is cost-effective. I have spoken to this guy about trying the Home Version on older equipment I have, and it looks like a great idea for equipment in your school as it ages out. It would be especially useful on older donated equipment.


Please check out the following link: https://www.neverware.com/#introtext-3

There is a quick (25 minutes) webinar available here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WG0yHj9BthY

Feel free to reply back with questions. I would be happy to explain more over a phone call or video conference. You could also contact Ben Aghion (baghion@neverware.com) at Neverware for more information.

- Harvey

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Think this is cool enough to share:

In addition to teaching CS/STEM classes and facilitating teacher training programs across the country, you know I am always on the lookout for great ways to re-use aging equipment, or donate it to families in my school/community. There is a free version for Home use, and an Educational version for schools and districts to use that is cost-effective. I have spoken to this guy about trying the Home Version on older equipment I have, and it looks like a great idea for equipment in your school as it ages out. It would be especially useful on older donated equipment.


Please check out the following link: https://www.neverware.com/#introtext-3

There is a quick (25 minutes) webinar available here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WG0yHj9BthY

Feel free to reply back with questions. I would be happy to explain more over a phone call or video conference. You could also contact Ben Aghion (baghion@neverware.com) at Neverware for more information.

- Harvey

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Think this is cool enough to share:

In addition to teaching CS/STEM classes and facilitating teacher training programs across the country, you know I am always on the lookout for great ways to re-use aging equipment, or donate it to families in my school/community. There is a free version for Home use, and an Educational version for schools and districts to use that is cost-effective. I have spoken to this guy about trying the Home Version on older equipment I have, and it looks like a great idea for equipment in your school as it ages out. It would be especially useful on older donated equipment.


Please check out the following link: https://www.neverware.com/#introtext-3

There is a quick (25 minutes) webinar available here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WG0yHj9BthY

Feel free to reply back with questions. I would be happy to explain more over a phone call or video conference. You could also contact Ben Aghion (baghion@neverware.com) at Neverware for more information.

- Harvey
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