CNET Helps Students Make the Grade with the Annual Back To School Guide; Recommendations and Buying Advice from CNET Editors Help Parents and Students Shop for the Top Tech Products.
Today's list of must-have school supplies goes far beyond binders and number 2 pencils. Back to school spending is expected to increase by 19 percent this year, driven in part by electronics.(1) The Back to School Guide includes expert, independent advice from CNET's editors that help parents and students pick the products that are going to meet their needs -- both in and out of the classroom.
"Back to school shopping can be a challenge for parents and kids as they search for the best and coolest products that will meet their needs but not break the bank," said Brian Cooley, editor at large, CNET.com. "Before heading off to a local retailer, or purchasing online, parents and students should take the time to read through CNET's reviews so they can be confident they are choosing the right product and getting it for the best price."
The CNET Back To School Guide includes the following resources to help students make the grade:
--Tech Checklist - Did you forget to buy that surge protector or USB flash drive for your computer? This laundry list of questions will help college students and parents prepare when packing their tech gear.
--Software for kids under 13 - From flash-card programs to homework organizers to scientific calculators, this handy list of CNET's favorite educational programs can help students at any grade level.
--Top 10 Sites for Students - For everything from sharing photos or keeping in touch with family and friends, this list of websites will help students stay entertained, informed and connected.
To learn more visit http://backtoschool.cnet.com. Press interested in interviewing CNET's editorial experts, who have extensive experience appearing on radio and television, should contact Jenifer Concepcion in the CNET Public Relations department (contact info listed below).
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(1)BIGresearch, July 2006
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