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Conference to focus on saving money with technology

 The National School Boards Association (NSBA) will hold its 24th Annual Technology + Learning (T+L) Conference from October 19 21, 2010 in Phoenix.
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 The National School Boards Association (NSBA) will hold its 24th Annual Technology + Learning (T+L) Conference from October 19-21, 2010 in Phoenix. Public education leaders will focus on how education technology can save money while boosting student achievement.

This year’s T+L’s lineup includes keynote addresses from education and technology authors S. Craig Watkins, Richard Gerver, and Steven Berlin Johnson. The program will include more than 100 sessions and the exhibit hall will feature more than 125 companies and organizations that will showcase innovative technology uses and the financial savings that can be achieved.

Registration and information can be found at www.nsba.org/tl .

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