The Oswego City School District and its assistant superintendent for curriculum, instruction, and technology, Ken Eastwood, have come a long way from earlier this decade, when the school system in upstate New York was mired in obsolete computer equipment, little or no staff development, and a general lack of a long-term vision.


What a difference a vision can make.


In the past two years, the district has been recognized by a variety of organizations—including the U.S. Department of Education, Compaq, Microsoft, and Xerox—for its technology planning and implementation.


Eastwood himself was a Computerworld Smithsonian laureate this year, and last year he received a

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