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chalkboard

[′chȯk‚bȯrd]
(materials)

chalkboard

A marking surface, primarily for use with chalk, which is cleanable and reusable.
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Chalkboard provided an $85,000 grant to OASBO to complete the reviews.
Cut out fun chalkboard designs, such as trains, stars or baseballs, for kids to write on and play with friends.
Chalkboard Project, a collaboration between several independent Oregon foundations, aims to inspire Oregonians to do what it takes to make the state's K-12 public schools among the nation's best, while strengthening schools' fiscal accountability to taxpayers.
A nonprofit, foundation-backed organization intent on improving Oregon schools, Chalkboard launched the site to help Oregonians better understand school finances.
The Chalkboard Project is all for local control, but only if it comes with smart, sensible, old-fashioned accountability.
BASCOM's ICS/Global Chalkboard enables educators to make materials -- from literary classics to social studies textbooks -- more immediate, relevant and up-to-date by facilitating integration of topical and provocative online resources into each lesson.
The Chalkboard Project, funded by five of the state's biggest private foundations, spent two years surveying Oregonians, studying the state's education system and reviewing research.
On Friday, representatives from the nonpartisan Chalkboard Project visited Meadowlark and Buena Vista to highlight the importance of literacy and to tout their agenda for the 2007 Legislature - which includes establishing a 15-student cap for kindergarten and first grade.
Anytime there is market movement like this, Chalkboard plays a large role.
For classroom applications, the LV-X4 is the first Canon projector to offer a blackboard mode, which provides teachers and lecturers that do not have access to a screen with the convenience of projecting directly onto the blackboard or chalkboard.
Both groups were convened by the Chalkboard Project, a statewide nonprofit group formed two years ago by five prominent Oregon foundations to study ways to help our schools.
Thompson would write out his lineup on a chalkboard and show his team the starters in the huddle before the game.