"Sparking a revolution in learning" was the theme of the 2005 National Educational Computing Conference (NECC), the nation's largest annual ed-tech event. Held June 27-30 in Philadelphia, where patriots such as Benjamin Franklin helped spark another revolution 230 years ago, this year's NECC was one of the largest in its 26-year history, with some 16,000 educators and ed-tech executives assembling in the Pennsylvania Convention Center to explore how technology can transform today's schools.

If there was an overall message that girded many of the sessions and keynote speeches at this year's conference, it was that


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