We found out a little while ago that the State of Georgia offered a grant to school districts willing to outfit students with netbooks protected by OpenDNS. We always love hearing about how organizations use OpenDNS to make their Internet connections, faster, safer, smarter and more reliable, and we’re thrilled by the shout-out from the Georgia Department of Education. We hope that our service can help make online learning a little safer and a little easier for students in Georgia, and a little less costly for the program administrators.

And, while we’re at it, we’d like to wish all of our K-12 partners our best at the start of the new school year.

If you’d like to stay in touch, head over to our K-12 Forums to talk with others in your position. And if you’re a K-12 technology administrator that hasn’t yet joined the one in three US schools that already uses OpenDNS, visit www.opendns.com/schools to learn more about how we can help, just as we are with Georgia.

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