Educators at the 2008 National School Boards Association's (NSBA) Technology and Learning (T+L) will no doubt notice an emphasis on 21st-century skills, with sessions covering hot topics such as STEM education initiatives, one-to-one learning, open source solutions, social networking and Web 2.0 tools, and educational gaming.

The conference will focus on three key areas: getting students engaged in learning; connecting parents and the community to the learning process; and transforming district operations and streamlining internal systems.

Attendees or those interested in registering to attend can visit T+L's welcome page , register , browse the conference schedule


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