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GenYES is an innovative program that creates 21st century leaders and learners. GenYES students help teachers use technology in classrooms, supporting effective technology integration school-wide. Fourteen years of research proves GenYES empowers students and changes the way teachers integrate technology in their lessons.
Tech YES at Ray Middle School

Baldwinsville offers a ten-week Tech YES course for seventh-graders that enhanced students' computer literacy skills.

View Tech YES teacher, Gary Pluff's, presentation materials:  Tech YES at Ray Middle School

Read the Post Standard article (October 5, 2010):  Baldwinsville seventh-graders get hands-on with technology
TLC:  Teaching, Leadership, and Communication

Jamesville DeWitt offers a half-year, credit bearing coure called TLC in which students support teachers' technology integration initiatives.

Read the Post Standard article (September 29, 2010):  At Jamesville-DeWitt, students are teaching teachers how to use latest technologies
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Because the protection and privacy of student data is paramount, members of the public will have the opportunity to offer input to state education officials on New York’s student data privacy law, ... more >>

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