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  • Glen View Elementary School
  • Gilroy, CA
  • More than three‑quarters of students from low‑income households

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When I try to show a science video, or use the projector to demonstrate a new math skill, or model to the students how to title their English journal, we always come up to the same issue: our classroom is too bright, and our projector simply doesn't work. I love how many windows we have and the lovely view we get, but the lack of black-out curtains really destroys out hope for crisp visuals from the projector. Please help my students see what I'm trying to share with them. I hate seeing my students squinting, trying to make sense of what's on the screen. They need a crisp, clean, high-quality image. They should be able to read what I'm presenting to them. They should be able to SEE Bill Nye, not just hear him. Thank you.

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When I try to show a science video, or use the projector to demonstrate a new math skill, or model to the students how to title their English journal, we always come up to the same issue: our classroom is too bright, and our projector simply doesn't work. I love how many windows we have and the lovely view we get, but the lack of black-out curtains really destroys out hope for crisp visuals from the projector. Please help my students see what I'm trying to share with them. I hate seeing my students squinting, trying to make sense of what's on the screen. They need a crisp, clean, high-quality image. They should be able to read what I'm presenting to them. They should be able to SEE Bill Nye, not just hear him. Thank you.

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