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November 8, 2001
Mindsurf Networks Partners with EdVISION to Offer Standards-Based Testing Content and Tools
Software Instruction Solution Now Includes Thousands of Questions for Assessments by Skill and Correlated to State Standards and High-Stakes Tests

August 28, 2001
Center for Children and Technology Publishes Evaluation of Mindsurf Networks Solution
Largest Study of Wireless Handheld Technology in Schools: Solution Found to Enhance Student Writing, Improve Collaborative Work, and Allow Teachers to Customize Instruction and Increase Individual Student Attention

July 18, 2001
Mindsurf Networks Announces Achievement Essentials 2.0
Robust Software Platform Provides Teachers with Real-Time Assessment, Lesson Delivery, Productivity, and Communication Tools

May 31, 2001
Mindsurf Networks, Inc., to Acquire Discourse Technologies, Inc
Leading K-12 Educational Wireless Provider Adds Real-Time Teaching and Assessment with Proven Results

February 26, 2001
Mindsurf Networks Partners with Nationally Recognized Center for Children and Technology
Research Partner to Measure Impact of Handheld Computing in the K-12 Classroom

February 15, 2001
Mindsurf Networks Launches New Web Gateway for Students, Teachers, and School Administrators
The Mindsurf Networks Solution Gets Underway as Essential Learning Tools and Educational Materials are Showcased

January 24, 2001
Mindsurf Networks Launches Schools of Innovation Program Focused on Student Achievement
First of its Kind Program Includes 100 K-12 Partner Schools Nationwide to Further Sharpen the Mindsurf Networks' Solution.

October 30, 2000
Mindsurf Acquires HiFusion in Nationwide Expansion Strategy
Wireless Education Leader Gains Critical Business and Operational Assets; Including Established 75-Person Sales Force and Experienced Technical Development Team.

September 18, 2000
Mindsurf Selects Pilot School for Pre-K-12 Wireless Education Program
Maryland High School Early Adopter of Affordable Mobile Computing Infrastructure.

July 17, 2000
Education and Wireless Leaders Join in $70 Million Initial Investment to Establish First Mobile Computing Network for K-12 Education

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