Using technology as a tool to prepare students for the challenges of the global economy was the focus as more than 2,000 educational technology stakeholders met Oct. 26 to 28 in Denver for the National School Boards Association's 2005 T+L² (Technology, Leadership, and Learning) conference.


Returning to the Colorado Convention Center for the second straight year, this year's event stayed true to its official theme: "Build the energy. Share the momentum," mobilizing school stakeholders at all levels to embrace change by pursuing innovative uses of technology while building on a national conversation about the benefits of project-based

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