School superintendents from West Hempstead to Wyoming gathered in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., for a unique technology summit April 30 and May 1. Hosted by eSchool News, the summit gave attendees a chance to help set the technology agenda for the nation's schools.

Between sessions designed to enhance their technology leadership skills, the superintendents met to develop three "National K-12 Advisories." These are consensus documents that address a trio of topical issues affecting how technology will be used in schools: virtual schooling, privacy versus security, and application service providers (ASPs).


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