He missed last year's American Association of School Administrators (AASA) conference because of a federal investigation, but on Feb. 22 Microsoft chairman Bill Gates made time to map the digital future of schools and tell superintendents and other school leaders that the software giant is leading an industry initiative to improve the interoperability of software for schools.


Speaking at this year's AASA conference, held in New Orleans Feb. 19-22, Gates was on hand mainly to promote Microsoft's new software interoperability initiative (see cover story, page 1). But along the way he also set forth his concept of a "digital nervous system."

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