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Secretary’s No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Technology Leadership Summits
Secretary Paige is hosting technology leadership summits during 2004 as part of ED's effort to provide technical assistance on how technology can assist in the implementation of the No Child Left Behind Act.


Exploring Virtual Schools
The U.S. Department of Education's Office of Innovation and Improvement began the first of many sessions of the Innovations in Education Exchange Series. Virtual schools, whether they are part of traditional public schools, charter schools, or through cooperative programs, provide students with innovative opportunities that can improve their education.

2020 Visions, Transforming Education and Training Through Advanced Technologies, September 17, 2002
Full Report Table of Contents Press Release

Paige Touts Technology, E-Learning on His No Child Left Behind Tour Across America
"By harnessing technology, we can expand access to learning and close the achievement gap in America," Paige says on the 15th stop of his cross-country tour.

2000 Conference on Educational Technology: Measuring the Impacts and Shaping the Future

1999 Conference on Educational Technology: Evaluating the Effectiveness of Technology

Forum on Technology in Education: Envisioning the Future (12/99)


Secretary Paige

Secretary Paige spoke in Orlando at the NCLB Leadership Summit on Technology on July 12, 2004.

Secretary Paige spoke in New Orleans at the Cable in the Classroom Conference on May 4, 2004.

Secretary Paige spoke in St. Louis at the NCLB Leadership Summit on Technology on March 10, 2004.

Secretary Paige spoke before the EMPOWER.org/Pacific Research Institute Education Summit, Santa Clara, California on February 28, 2001.

Paige Concludes No Child Left Behind Tour Across America in New York, Touts Power of Technology to Leave No Child Behind


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