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  • Kajeet Provides Safe, Mobile Broadband to Five Additional School Districts Published Aug 6, 2014

    Kajeet SmartSpot™ Connects Students to Digital Learning Beyond Classroom

    MCLEAN, Virginia— Aug. 6, 2014 — Kajeet® (www.kajeet.com/education), the wireless service provider dedicated to kids and education, announced today new partnerships with five school districts to provide safe and affordable mobile broadband connectivity to students. Currently partnering with 26 districts around the country, Kajeet is providing the solution to ensure disadvantaged students have a level playing field to improve academic achievement. As more schools integrate digital and web-based learning programs into the classroom, students without off-campus broadband are finding themselves part of a growing digital divide. To bridge this divide, schools issue Kajeet SmartSpot™ hotspot devices — compatible with any mobile device — which includes customizable filtered Internet access with insightful analytics to keep students focused on school work and provide educational connectivity.


  • Top 10 Educational Websites Visited by Students Using Kajeet Mobile Broadband Published Jul 30, 2014

    Kajeet Provides Insight into Student Online Usage Outside the Classroom

    MCLEAN, Virginia— July 30, 2014 — Kajeet® (www.kajeet.com/education), the wireless service provider dedicated to kids and education, announced today the top 10 websites visited by students in its school district partners for educational purposes last month. Kajeet provides safe, affordable mobile broadband to 26 school districts around the country. As schools invest more money and resources to bring technology into the classroom, teachers are discovering many students do not have access to online textbooks, apps, cloud documents, websites and teachers once they leave school. Kajeet is providing the solution to ensure disconnected students have a level playing field to improve academic success. Schools issue Kajeet SmartSpot™ hotspot devices — compatible with any mobile device — which includes customizable filtered Internet access with insightful analytics to keep students focused on school work and provide educational connectivity. In addition


  • Kajeet Mobile Broadband Solution Eligible for Title I Funds Published Jun 30, 2014

    Kajeet SmartSpot™ improves academic achievement, engages parents

    MCLEAN, Virginia— June 30, 2014 — Kajeet® (www.kajeet.com/education), the wireless service provider dedicated to kids and education, announced today at ISTE 2014 in Atlanta, Georgia, that its Kajeet SmartSpot™ solution can be purchased using Title I funds. Kajeet provides a safe, affordable mobile broadband solution that connects students to educational resources on the Internet outside of school. For decades, Title I has been leading the way to fund technology into the poorest schools in the country to help close the achievement gap between high and low-performing students. In 2014, more than $14 billion is designated to high-poverty schools through Title I funds.


  • Kajeet Provides Student Wi-Fi for Houston-Area Summer School Program Published May 7, 2014

    District Supports Safe Mobile Instruction for Pre-Kindergarten Students

    MCLEAN, Virginia— May 7, 2014 — Kajeet® (www.kajeet.com/education), the wireless service provider dedicated to kids and education, announced today a partnership to deploy its Kajeet SmartSpot™ solution for a pre-kindergarten summer school program in Lamar Consolidated Independent School District. Kajeet’s school-managed Wi-Fi hotspots use the Sprint 4G LTE network to keep students connected to educational resources on the Internet when they are at home or on the go this summer. The students participating in the program need extra preparation before they begin Kindergarten.


  • Kajeet SmartSpot™ Now Available on the Samsung Solutions Exchange™ Published Apr 8, 2014

    Portable Wi-Fi Hotspot Offers Students Safe, Intelligent Mobile Broadband on Samsung Mobile Devices

    MCLEAN, Virginia— April 8, 2014 — Kajeet® (www.kajeet.com/education), The Kajeet SmartSpot™ device by Kajeet, the wireless service provider dedicated to kids and education, is now available on the Samsung Solutions Exchange™, enabling every student to safely and affordably access essential academic and education resources on the Internet anytime and anywhere. The Samsung Solutions Exchange addresses the needs of industry business owners by creating holistic mobile solutions on a robust portfolio of enterprise-grade Samsung Mobile devices.


  • Kajeet Recognized by National School Boards Association Published Mar 31, 2014

    Kajeet SmartSpot™ Presents Innovative Approach to Student Broadband Access

    MCLEAN, Virginia— Mar. 31, 2014 — Kajeet® (www.kajeet.com/education), the wireless service provider dedicated to kids and education, announced it is one of six companies selected to present at the National School Boards Association Technology Innovation Showcase during the NSBA Annual Conference in New Orleans, April 5-7, 2014. Kajeet will be showcasing the Kajeet SmartSpot™ Wi-Fi device that provides safe, affordable and intelligent mobile broadband to students in school districts around the country.


  • NSBA Announces 2014 Education Technology Innovation Showcase Published Mar 13, 2014

    Alexandria, Va. -- Kajeet™, The National School Boards Association (NSBA) announced today the six companies selected for its annual Technology Innovation Showcase. “The Technology Innovation Showcase was created to highlight emerging companies that are using new technologies for products or services in K-12 education in ways that were virtually impossible to deliver otherwise,” said Thomas J. Gentzel, NSBA’s Executive Director. “The 2014 companies serve as a reminder to always look for new approaches to old challenges.”


  • Detroit schools project always keeps virtual classroom open Published Mar 9, 2014

    DETROIT, Michigan— March 9th, 2014 — Kajeet® (www.kajeet.com/education), Detroit Public Schools educates the largest number of children in the state — nearly 50,000 — yet outside school, its students are among the most disconnected, with 70 percent lacking Internet access at home


  • Kajeet Scores 10 Additional Patents for Innovation in Communication Device Management Published Feb 20, 2014

    Proprietary Technology Helps School Districts Administer Connectivity for Students.

    BETHESDA, Maryland— Feb. 20, 2014 — Kajeet® (www.kajeet.com/education), the wireless service provider dedicated to kids and education, announced today that the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office issued 10 additional new patents to the company covering management of a communications device. This proprietary technology -- found in the Kajeet SmartSpot™ device -- allows school districts to provide safe mobile broadband to students outside the classroom while regulating how and when the mobile device is used and who pays for the service. The similar technology is used in Kajeet’s cell phone management platform which allows parents to manage their kids’ cell phone activity.


  • School Districts Using Mobile Hotspots to Help Students Connect at Home Published Feb 14, 2014

    Mobile hotspots are helping several school districts bridge the technology gap faced by students who lack home Internet access.

    The Green Bay school district, in Wisconsin, recently announced the launch of a pilot program developed by Kajeet to establish hotspots to help students connect to the Web away from school. In addition to being given school-issued Chromebooks, students in grades 6 to 12 will be able to take home a SmartSpot device that will provide Internet access to up to 10 devices within a range of 50 to 100 feet.


  • Marketing to Tweens Published Feb 7, 2014

    A Generation Raised on Cell Phones

    Nielsen reported that 46 percent of the 20 million young consumers known as “tweens” are using mobile phones. On average, kids get their first cell phone between the ages of 10 and 11 years old. About 55 percent of tweens, who own cell phones, send text messages and 21 percent download ringtones.


  • Green Bay District Supports Chromebook Deployment with 4G LTE for Access on and off Campus Published Jan 30, 2014

    Wisconsin's Green Bay Area Public School District is taking a novel approach to supporting its 1-to-1 Chromebook program. Rather than simply using standard WiFi, the district is providing broadband access via 4G LTE and allowing students to use the network on and off campus.


  • How BYOD Programs Can Fuel Inquiry Learning Published Jan 7, 2014

    Launching a Bring Your Own Device program can be both exhilarating and scary. The opportunity to extend access to technology in the classroom and at home is enticing, but school districts can get hung up on important details like providing a strong network, making sure each child has a device, and questions around distraction. Of course, no one answer will work for all teachers or students, but one guiding principle that’s shown to work is for schools to focus on how mobile technology will help shift instruction to be more collaborative, learner-driven and inquiry-based.


  • Tablets for Fifth Graders? Teachers Try Different Tactics Published Dec 30, 2013

    chools across the country are increasingly starting to use mobile devices like tablets and smartphones as classroom tools. But some educators are still skeptical that devices will distract students as much or more than they enhance the learning environment. Because it’s still fairly new, there have been few quantitative studies, but Project Tomorrow and Kajeet for Education recently completed a study of mobile learning among 136 fifth graders at Falconer Elementary School, a Chicago public school where 94 percent of students receive free and reduced lunch. The Making Learning Mobile Project study documents how four different fifth-grade teachers and their students used the tablets they were given both in class and at home once the school day was over.


  • Tablet Study Sheds Light on Importance of Students' Socioeconomic Levels Published Nov 22, 2013

    A new survey of students and teachers involved in tablet programs implemented in schools in two of the nation's largest school districts looks to get to the bottom of the efficacy of 1-to-1 tablet initiatives in classrooms.


  • Kajeet and Project Tomorrow Announce Results from Landmark 1-to-1 Mobile Learning Study Published Nov 20, 2013

    Anywhere, anytime access to tablets benefits both students and teachers in two of the country's largest school districts.

    BETHESDA, Maryland— Nov. 20, 2013 — Kajeet® (www.kajeet.com/education), the only wireless service provider dedicated to kids and education, and Project Tomorrow®, a national education nonprofit, announce the results from a year-long study on the impact of mobile devices on teaching and learning.  The Making Learning Mobile study took an in-depth look at the impact of 1-to-1 tablet implementation -- including off-campus access -- in two very different school districts:  Chicago Public Schools and Fairfax County Public Schools.


  • Kajeet Provides Universal Internet Access to Detroit Public Schools Published Nov 13, 2013

    Students receive online access to help gain competitive edge in education.

    BETHESDA, Maryland— Nov. 13, 2013 — Kajeet® (www.kajeet.com/education), the only wireless service provider dedicated to kids and education, announced today a partnership to deploy Kajeet SmartSpot™ devices to Detroit Public Schools to bridge the digital divide. A total of 450 portable Wi-Fi hotspots, enabling students to have access to essential academic and education resources on the Internet anytime, anywhere, are currently being deployed in eight schools as part of the district’s take-home Netbook program. The Kajeet SmartSpot™ program, which was awarded through a competitive application process, is paid for by a series of grants.


  • Kajeet Provides Off-Campus Internet to Students at Forsyth County Schools Published Nov 6, 2013

    Leading school district partners with community to help solve digital divide, provide equal access.
     
    BETHESDA, Maryland – Nov. 6, 2013 – Forsyth County Schools (FCS), a leader in K-12 public education, and Kajeet® (www.kajeet.com/education), the only wireless service provider dedicated to kids and education, announced a new collaborative joint project. FCS extended its Bring Your Own Technology (BYOT) program to offer students without off-campus Internet access the connectivity they need with the Kajeet SmartSpot™. The Atlanta-area school district purchased its first round of the portable Wi-Fi hotspots, which enable children to have access to essential academic and education resources on the Internet after they leave campus.
     


  • Kajeet SmartSpot™ Enhances Student Access with 4G LTE Published Oct 7, 2013

    New portable Wi-Fi Hotspot offers students school-managed off-campus connectivity, compatible with any mobile device.

    Chicago, IL — October 7, 2013 -- Kajeet® (www.kajeet.com/education), the only wireless service provider dedicated to kids and education, announced today at the Wireless EdTech 2013 Conference its new Kajeet SmartSpot™ 4G LTE. School districts can now offer customized off-campus connectivity to students with the Kajeet SmartSpot™, a portable Wi-Fi hotspot, enabling every child to have access to essential academic and education resources on the Internet anytime, anywhere. Each Kajeet SmartSpot™ 4G LTE — compatible with all devices students use today — extends its national Sprint® network coverage, provides faster data speeds and supports up to 10 student devices.


  • The Kajeet® SmartSpot™ Presented with a Readers Choice Award – Honorable Mention by eSchool News Published Aug 21, 2013

    Nominated by readers and evaluated by eSchool News, the Kajeet SmartSpot™ is honored as one of the best educational technology products for use in schools and colleges nationwide.

    Bethesda, MD (PRWEB) August 20, 2013: Kajeet®, the only wireless service provider dedicated to kids and education, is pleased to announce that the Kajeet SmartSpot™ has been selected for a Readers Choice Award – Honorable Mention by eSchool News. Readers Choice Awards are presented annually to the top educational technology products and services that have been identified as having the greatest impact in eSchool News readers’ educational institutions.


  • Kajeet® Welcomes Charles Askew as Northeast Regional Director, Education Division Published Aug 15, 2013

    Askew, an authority in the education industry, will lead business development and sales efforts for products and services including the Kajeet SmartSpot™.

    Bethesda, MD (PRWEB) August 15, 2013: Kajeet®, the only wireless service provider dedicated to kids and education, is pleased to welcome Charles Askew as Northeast Regional Director to accelerate the company’s presence and growth in the education marketplace.


  • The Charlotte Observer Credits Kajeet For Bridging the Digital Divide in Education Published May 9, 2013

    Project LIFT is leading a campaign to empower students with advanced technology. The Charlotte Observer recently highlighted Kajeet's instrumental role in the digital access program.


  • Kajeet® Helping to Close the Broadband Access Gap for Fairfax County Public School Students with Kajeet SmartSpot™ Published Apr 10, 2013

    A new offering from the company parents and educators rely on for safe, affordable mobile connectivity. Kajeet SmartSpot™ will assist in closing the digital divide among students in the Fairfax County Public School system

    Bethesda, MD (PRWEB) March 13, 2012: Kajeet®, the only wireless service provider dedicated to kids and schools, is pleased to announce that Michael Flood, Vice President of Education Markets, has been selected by the Consortium for School Networking (CoSN) for this year’s Private Sector Champion Award. The Private Sector Champion Award is given to one member each year that has made significant contributions to advance education technology. Flood was presented with the award at CoSN’s Annual Conference in San Diego, CA.


  • The Consortium for School Networking (CoSN) recognized Kajeet for Education Vice President Michael Flood as its 2013 Private Sector Champion Published Mar 15, 2013

    The Consortium for School Networking (CoSN) recognized Kajeet for Education Vice President Michael Flood as its 2013 Private Sector Champion.  The Private Sector Champion award recognizes Flood for going above and beyond his job to contribute to the broader education technology community. This honor was presented at CoSN's 2013 Annual Conference in San Diego, CA.


  • Michael Flood, Vice President of Education Markets at Kajeet®, is Presented with the Consortium for School Networking’s 2013 Private Sector Champion Award Published Mar 14, 2013

    Flood, an education industry veteran, was selected for the substantial contributions he has made to the education technology community.

    Bethesda, MD (PRWEB) March 13, 2012: Kajeet®, the only wireless service provider dedicated to kids and schools, is pleased to announce that Michael Flood, Vice President of Education Markets, has been selected by the Consortium for School Networking (CoSN) for this year’s Private Sector Champion Award. The Private Sector Champion Award is given to one member each year that has made significant contributions to advance education technology. Flood was presented with the award at CoSN’s Annual Conference in San Diego, CA.


  • Kajeet® Brings Its Sentinel® Platform to the University of the District of Columbia Community College (UDC-CC) Published Mar 13, 2013

    Kajeet® continues its mission of making learning mobile by bringing its wireless platform to adult learners enrolled in UDC-CC’s Workforce Development and Lifelong Learning (WDLL) program

    Bethesda, MD (PRWEB) March 13, 2012: Kajeet®, the preeminent wireless service platform for educational institutions, is pleased to announce its partnership with the University of the District of Columbia Community College (UDC-CC), and its participation in the Workforce Development and Lifelong Learning (WDLL) program, an effort crafted by District leaders to improve adult literacy and job readiness for District of Columbia residents.


  • Kajeet® Technology Supports the Dropout and Truancy Prevention Network (DTPN) to Enable “Right Back on Track” Mentoring Program for Kids Published Oct 11, 2012

    Kajeet®, the smart phone for kids®, provides managed cellular voice, data and text messaging services for phones used as part of DTPN’s Right Back on Track Mentoring program, an initiative to keep habitual truants in school via the help of phone-based coaching and check-ins within select New York City public schools.

    Bethesda, MD (PRWEB) October 11, 2012: Kajeet®, the preeminent wireless service platform for kids and those who love them, is pleased to announce its alliance with the Dropout and Truancy Prevention Network, a social enterprise dedicated to providing services to schools and courts to help keep middle and high school students from dropping out.


  • Kajeet® Brings its Sentinel® Platform to the Scientific Educational Community Through Partnership with the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Published Sep 25, 2012

    The premier wireless platform for kids partners with AAAS, the world’s largest general scientific society, on its Active Explorer Smartphone Project to allow educators to create their own smart phone-powered explorations for students.

    Bethesda, MD (PRWEB) September 25, 2012: Kajeet®, the preeminent wireless service platform for kids and those who love them, is pleased to announce its partnership with the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), and its participation in the Active Explorer Smartphone Project, a web application that integrates mobile technology into the classroom by equipping students with smartphones to increase engagement and encourage scientific exploration of their environments.


  • Kajeet® Collaborates with Qualcomm, Common Sense Media, Emantras and EduTone on “Making Learning Mobile” Initiative Published Jun 26, 2012

    The only wireless platform for kids, kajeet, partners with industry leaders to provide safe, secure, and affordable Android™ tablets for use by both students and teachers in Fairfax County Public Schools as part of Qualcomm’s Wireless Reach™ Initiative.

    Bethesda, MD (PRWEB) June 26, 2012: Kajeet®, the preeminent wireless service platform for kids and those who love them, is pleased to announce its participation in the new Making Learning Mobile pilot program, which is sponsored by Qualcomm Incorporated’s Wireless Reach™ initiative.


  • Kajeet® Launches School Guard™, the First Free Online Tool that Allows Bring-Your-Own-Device Institutions to Manage Internet Access in the Classroom on Student-Owned Smartphones, Tablets and Laptops Published Jun 14, 2012

    The only wireless platform for kids is the sole provider of this patented technology, allowing schools to apply state-, district-, grade- or glassroom- specific Internet access policies to mobile devices owned by students during school hours.

    Bethesda, MD (PRWEB) June 14, 2012: Kajeet®, the preeminent wireless service platform for kids and those who love them, is pleased to announce the launch of School Guard™, the newest addition to its suite of free, online tools developed to empower children both inside and outside of the classroom.


  • THE Journal Describes Kajeet for Education’s role in NCTAF’s Teachers Learning in Networked Communities Program Published Jun 6, 2012

    Kajeet for Education’s role in NCTAF’s Teachers Learning in Networked Communities Program was recently highlighted in an article from THE Journal: Transforming Education Through Technology. The program, which aims to nurture collaboration in teacher training, utilizes smartphones and tablets, with data plans powered by Kajeet for Education.


  • NCTAF TLINC® Project Provides Support for edWeb.net Mobile App to Help Educators Be More Connected Through Online Communities Published Jun 5, 2012

    Kajeet, the smart phone for kids™ joins forces with one of the largest nonprofit youth development organizations in Washington, DC to provide free soccer and arts camps for local kids.

    PRINCETON, NJ — June 5, 2012: edWeb.net, a professional social and learning network for the education community, has announced the release of a mobile app that makes it easier for educators who are members of edWeb to keep up with their online community activity. The edWeb mobile app was developed with the support of the National Commission on Teaching & America's Future (NCTAF) and a grant from Qualcomm Incorporated's Wireless Reach™ initiative.


  • Kajeet VP of Education Markets Michael Flood Speaks on Education Talk Radio Published Apr 24, 2012

    Michael Flood, VP of Education Markets at kajeet, recently appeared on Education Talk Radio to discuss kajeet's role in the rapidly changing world of education.


  • Kajeet Nominated for Prestigious 2012 Global Mobile Award Published Feb 9, 2012

    Kajeet, the smart phone for kids™, in conjunction with Telcordia, is nominated for Best Mobile Innovation for Education or Learning for its Sentinel® Platform for Smart Learning.


  • Kajeet for Education Announces the Launch of Sentinel®, a Web-Based Administrative Platform for Managing Student Mobile Learning Devices on its Nationwide Broadband Wireless Service Published Oct 19, 2011

    Sentinel® is the first solution from a wireless carrier to provide cloud-based management of mobile broadband traffic to filter out inappropriate content, control costs and ensure academic use.

    Bethesda, MD, October 19, 2011: Kajeet for Education (www.kajeetforeducation.com) is making learning mobile with another innovative solution for K-12 schools, school districts and education departments. As schools across the country adopt computing platforms of all shapes and sizes, including smartphones, tablets, netbooks, laptops and more, they face many very relevant concerns. Kajeet for Education's new platform, Sentinel® addresses these concerns head-on as only a wireless carrier focused on kids and education can do:


  • The National Commission on Teaching and America's Future to Collaborate With Qualcomm, Kajeet for Education, and HTC to Launch Initiative to Empower Student Teachers With Advanced Wireless Technologies Published Aug 30, 2011

    NCTAF hopes to take education into the digital age with help from Kajeet for Education's high-impact mobile learning solutions.

    WASHINGTON, Aug. 30, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- The National Commission on Teaching and America's Future (NCTAF) is pleased to announce the launch of a new initiative in collaboration with Qualcomm Incorporated, through its Wireless Reach™ initiative, Kajeet for Education, and HTC designed to empower pre-service/student teachers with advanced wireless technologies. This exciting project will enable communication, collaboration, and the availability of limitless resources for teachers as they enter classrooms for the first time.


  • Kajeet for Education Partners with Tutors with Computers Published Aug 16, 2011

    The kajeet® mobile learning solution joins an innovative educational technology company to deliver a unique tutoring platform for low-income students.

    Kajeet for Education is pleased to announce its collaboration with Tutors with Computers, a leading provider of educational technology, to support the delivery of supplemental educational services to low-income students.


  • More Schools Piloting Secure Mobile Devices Published May 11, 2011

    eSchool News, Technology News for Today's K-20 Educator, reports on how mobile tools are helping students hone 21st-century skills.

    A company that manufacturers secure personal cell phones for children is making a move to education, where it has introduced secure, internet-enabled mobile handheld devices for classroom use. School teachers or administrators can program the devices to allow (or disallow) calling or texting during certain times of the day, making them ideal for educational use, the company says.


  • Washington Post Discusses the Mobile Classroom Published May 8, 2011

    The Capital Business section gives the download on kajeet's expansion into K-12 classrooms.

    Can you imagine a day when every student totes an electronic tablet or smartphone to class? Bethesda-based Kajeet, a company that sells cell phones for kids, is betting on it.

    Kajeet has hired Michael Flood, a telecom industry veteran, as vice president for education markets.


  • Kajeet Welcomes Michael Flood as VP of Education Markets Published Apr 27, 2011

    Kajeet introduces "the safest mobile classroom for kids" to provide schools, students, teachers, and parents with safe, affordable, and scalable mobile learning solutions.

    Bethesda, MD (PRWEB) April 27, 2011: Kajeet,(www.kajeet.com) the safest cell phone for kids ™, today announced the launch of Kajeet for Education, the safest mobile classroom for kids. This new division of Kajeet will provide affordable, safe, scalable solutions to bring Internet-capable mobile devices to students everywhere. Education industry veteran Michael Flood has been named Kajeet's Vice President of Education Markets and will lead the company's mobile learning initiatives.


  • She Snoops for Scoops: The Personal Side of the EdNET Community Published Apr 22, 2011

    EdNET Insights, the trusted source of market intelligence, highlights Kajeet for Education.

    I connected this week with Michael Flood, who is now Vice President, Education Markets, for Kajeet for Education. I first learned of this interesting company at the CoSN conference and consider them fortunate to add Michael to their team. In 2006, Kajeet's founders began working on a platform approach to address safe communications with an eye toward mobile computing, voice, text and other services


  • Making Cell Phones Useful for School Published Feb 24, 2011

    Ben Weintraub, COO and Founder of kajeet, discusses Internet filtering in school systems.

    While students are increasingly using laptops in their classrooms, the smaller handheld computing devices that students already own (cell phones) are banned from campus. What's the difference?

    Fundamentally, the use of Internet-enabled technology in classrooms has two challenges. The first is student safety and privacy - preventing information that is obscene or harmful to children from being accessed by the devices. The second is classroom management - focusing student attention on the task at hand rather than the myriad distractions of the web.


  • Kajeet Publishes Free Guidelines for Teen and Tween Cell Phone Use Published Feb 24, 2010

    Kajeet advocates the use of cell phone contracts to set limits before giving kids mobile devices.

    Bethesda, MD (PRWEB) February 24, 2010 -- Kajeet™ (www.kajeet.com), the safest cell phone service for kids, has published guidelines to help parents manage child cell phone use, along with a sample cell phone contract for parents and their children. The kajeet guidelines recommend establishing limits regarding the amount of use, time of use, and breadth of services that may be used. The guidelines also recommend establishing a firm budget before giving a cell phone to a child.


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