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eSchool Media family of networks serves ed-tech decision makers throughout the world, primarily in Canada and the United States. Our audience includes executive educators (from principals and every U.S. superintendent) at the building- and district-level in elementary and secondary schools; administrators (from chancellors, presidents, and deans to provosts, vice-presidents, and department directors) in two- and four-year colleges, public and private universities, and state university systems; as well as instructors, teachers, and professors of all subjects at every grade level. eSchool Media strives to provide the best news, information, and resources to help K-20 decision makers discover, evaluate, and procure technology to transform education and achieve educational goals.

With a combined, unduplicated audience of more than one million education decision makers, eSchool Media Inc. is the parent organization of three robust print, digital, and eMail networks providing breaking news and vital information to brand-specifying buyers at every level of the education field:

eSchool News (K-12)
With approximately 945,000 visitors and readers—is found in print and on the internet at http://www.eSchoolNews.com

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eCampus News (Higher Ed)
With approximately 94,000 visitors and readers—is found in print and on the internet at http://www.eCampusNews.com

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eClassroom News (Teachers)
With approximately 52,000 visitors and readers—is found on the internet at http://www.eschoolnews.com/eclassroomnews/

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K-12

eSchool News

Connecting you to the latest news, information, and resources on how today’s educators are using technology to advance learning in the K-12 market.

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Higher Education

eCampus News

Covering all aspects of higher education technology – from legislation and litigation, to case studies, to purchasing practices and new products.

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