Educators who attend the National Educational Computing Conference (NECC)—the world's largest and longest-running educational technology conference—next week won't notice many changes, even though the leadership behind the conference is different.

But the merger of the National Education Computing Association (NECA), which has planned and organized NECC for the past 23 years, with the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) ultimately will be a boon for schools, according to ISTE officials, because it will broaden ISTE's reach and expand the group's impact.

"It's just a natural pairing. We've been very

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