The National School Boards Association's T+L² conference has made quite a comeback from a year ago, when low turnout led organizers to consider ending the 18-year-old event.

On Wednesday, the nation's second-oldest educational technology conference showed it was completely revitalized - as thousands of educators and ed-tech enthusiasts descended upon the Colorado Convention Center in Denver. The program that included a rousing keynote speech by MIT's Michael Hawley, an exhibit hall packed with more than 200 companies' booths, and a number of after-hours events, including the Education Excellence Fair, and the Scantron/SchoolNet New Heights Leadership


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