In 1998 and 1999, when Intel Corp.'s ACE (Applying Computers in Education) Project was training a total of 3,200 teachers to use computers in their classrooms, executives at the company believed they were having a positive impact on K-12 education. "We were pretty impressed three years ago that we were able to train 2,000 teachers per year," said Wendy Hawkins, Intel worldwide manager of teaching and technology. "We didn't imagine that we'd be where we are today."

Where they are today is just past the first anniversary of the extraordinarily ambitious Teach to the Future...

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