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Officially a Certified Google Educator with Chrome Specialty!

After taking five exams with 60 questions in each one with a time limit of 90 minutes (and $75 in testing fees), plus lots of going cross eyed and pulling my hair out, I am very excited to officially report that I am now a certified Google Educator with a specialty in Google Chrome! Phew! What does it mean for you? Hmm... likely not much. But it does prove that I know my stuff when it comes to Google and it will, hopefully, help me to find out what is coming next from Google a bit sooner so that I can keep everyone better informed.

Now on to the higher levels of Google Certification. Google Education Trainer and Google Certified Teacher, you're next!


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