Day Two of the 2007 Florida Educational Technology Conference opened with several simultaneous keynote sessions on topics such as global competitiveness and combining creativity and technology.

One of the keynotes, from Alan November, an internationally recognized ed-tech leader and consultant, focused on how to prepare U.S. students to compete and succeed in an increasingly global economy.

"Are we producing children who are globally competitive?" November asked the audience. "The answer is no. Until we sort out what it means to be globally competitive ... the nation will fail."


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