Educators who traveled to Denver for the 2004 National School Boards Association's 2004 T+L² conference were treated to three days of tremendous optimism about technology's future in learning.

From the bustling exhibit hall, where vendors touted many new solutions for challenges faced by schools, to a parade of featured speakers urging administrators to embrace the role of technology in a new learning paradigm, all signs indicated that the future will belong to school leaders willing to meet 21st century needs with 21st century approaches.

The mood at the Colorado Convention Center reflected the


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