Narrowing the achievement gap and harnessing the power of technology to help students succeed in an increasingly global workforce were the topics of choice as thousands of educators and technology directors descended on Denver Wednesday to kick off the National School Boards Association's T+L² conference.


Technology is "a gateway to closing the achievement gap and creating 21st century learning environments," said Joan Schmidt, president of the National School Boards Association in welcoming attendees from all 49 states and the District of Columbia as well as dozens of countries to this year's event at the Colorado Convention Center.

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