For the 3,000-plus school leaders who gathered in Dallas Nov. 13 to 15, 2002, at the National School Boards Association's annual Technology + Learning (T+L) conference, the talk focused squarely on how technology could help their schools meet the requirements of the No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB). Dozens of exhibitors offered solutions, but one development stood out: the emergence of an enterprise resource planning (ERP) approach to running K-12 districts.

ERP is a business management tactic that closely integrates all facets of the business—including planning, manufacturing, sales, and marketing—so managers instantly can see how changes in


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