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Carlos Moya has been drafted into the Spanish team, which also includes Alex Corretja and Juan Carlos Ferrero, for the opening match against Holland in Eindhoven, where the home country will rely on Sjen
Schalken and Jan Siemerink in the singles.
An early opportunity to jump-start integration of high technology into the schools of San Jose was a collaboration with the City of San Jose, under Mayor Susan Hammer, in the development of San Jose Education Network (SJEN).
The city seeded the process with $1 million in funding for the creation of SJEN, a unique community collaborative solely dedicated to using networks as a tool to make fundamental changes in how teachers teach and how students learn.