As Gulf Coast school leaders grapple with how to rebuild educational infrastructures in an area of the country that ranks near the bottom in terms of student achievement, many in the devastated region are asking how educational technology can play a role to make sure their schools are rebuilt for 21st-century teaching and learning. In an effort to answer that question, members of the Hurricane Education Leadership Program (HELP), an Intel-led coalition of educational technology companies and nonprofit organizations, traveled to New Orleans, Baton Rouge, and Plaquemines Parish late last month to witness firsthand the scope of the destruction and the efforts to recover.