As schools fill up with once-scarce computer equipment, administrators are faced with a new challenge: how to find teachers who actually know how to teach using all those brand-new computers.

In a Jan. 10 press conference in Washington, D.C., at the National Conference on Teacher Quality, members of the CEO Forum on Education and Technology, along with U.S. Education Secretary Richard Riley, announced a new component of the group's plan to address this problem by jump-starting teacher technology education.

The CEO Forum's newest version of its School Technology and Readiness (STaR) Chart, entitled "Teacher


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