[caption id="attachment_40205" align="alignleft" width="150" caption="Today's students will be tomorrow's problem solvers."]Today's students will be tomorrow's problem solvers.[/caption]

The 31st annual International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE, formerly NECC) conference kicked off in Denver with inspiring and thought-provoking comments from ISTE President Helen Padgett and Jean-Francois Rischard, former vice president of the World Bank and author of High Noon, which discusses alternatives for solving the world's largest problems.

ISTE 2010 will explore excellence in education, and Denver is a fitting place for that exploration, because teachers are explorers, pioneers, and visionaries,...

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