Google Apps Education is launching new ways for K-12 schools to use Google Apps, and attending the National Education Computing Conference (NECC) in Washington D.C. Google Message Security (GMS) will be offered free to current and new eligible primary and secondary schools globally that opt in by July of next year to help address schools’ email security needs. Also launching Google Apps Education Community site to share tips and ideas for using Google Apps in classrooms, as well as Search Education Curriculum and a Google Apps Education resource center with more than 20 classroom-ready lesson plans for teachers.
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