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Toll Free PH: 800-722-0500
Toll Free Fax: 877-402-2248
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PH: 818-407-2400
Fax 818-407-2405

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Califone International Inc.
1145 Arroyo Avenue, # A
San Fernando, CA 91340
USA

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Please contact Kristen Plemon
C. Blohm & Associates, Inc.
Public Relations for the Education Industry
5999 Monona Drive, Monona, WI 53716
T: (608) 216-7300 ext. 18
kristen@cblohm.com
www.cblohm.com
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Please contact Dany Ferneau
Winter Group
10620 E. Bethany, Building 7
Aurora, CO 80014
T: (303) 778-0866, ext. 25
danyf@wintergroup.net
www.wintergroup.net
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Please contact Charlie Leib
CRL Public Relations
11425 E. Sonrisa Ave.
Mesa, AZ, 85212 USA
T: (480) 380-0673
charlie@crl-pr.com
www.crl-pr.com
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Please contact Greg Barnett
Rock'n Motion
5530 Corbin Avenue, suite 140
Tarzana, CA 91356
T: (818) 776-1901
greg@rocknmotion.com
www.rocknmotion.com
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Visit Califone in Las Vegas at the year's pro audio event for houses of worship, businesses, gov't, and schools.

Headlining headphones and headsets to help meet Smarter Balanced & PARCC assessments, we'll be unveiling new gear at the show!

April 19th, 2014

2014 Catalog

OPEN Our New
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Download the 2014 catalog

Not all students are the same, therefore, it is important that educators provide students with information in multiple ways. In other words, teachers should try their best to differentiate instruction - to be flexible in their lesson plans and weave whole-class, group and individual activities into their curriculum. As a form of differentiated instruction, intervention can help accelerate student learning. Northview High School in Covina, California, has recently implemented a successful intervention program that has helped more than 789 students in one school year....[more]


I bought the Infrared Music Maker™ Plus multimedia player to practice Gospel Singing in my home....[more]

Our Califone DVD-110 is used for the book fair and story time in the library....[more]

We are offering unprecedented bargains on limited quantities of these discontinued items. Available on a first come, first served basis...[view]