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Springs School Looks at New System for Purchasing

Desirée Keegan on Mar 17, 2021
Instead of using Amazon, Springs School teachers will now order supplies through Education Data Services. The service, an online bidding system based in Saddle Brook, New Jersey, costs $3,450 for... more

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