Part I: Technology, Schools, and Administration: Raising Awareness. Changing Schools with Technology: What Every School Should Know about Innovation. (D.M. Marcovitz). Cyber-Bullying and Schools in an Electronic Era. (S.Y. Tettegah, D. Betout, K. Taylor). Critical Support Framework for K-12 School and University Technology Partnerships. (L.C. Yamagata-Lynch, S. Smaldino). The Pasteurization of Education. (D. Williamson Shaffer, K.D. Squire). Teacher as Brand: Pursuing Professional Identities in a Digital Domain. (J.B. Keller, M.J. Stuve). Part II: Technology, Policy, and Philosophy: What all School Districts Should Know. Copyright, Technology, and Your Rights. (D.M. Marcovitz). Beyond the Digital Divide. (N.C. Burbules, T.A., Callister, Jr. C. Taaffe). Technology and Urban Youth: Emergent Issues Regarding Access. (D.G. Williams, T.L. Carr, N.S. Clifton). Acceptable Use Policies in School Districts: Myth or Reality? (K.R. Taylor, Eun Won Whang, S. Tettegah). Knowing and Getting What You Pay For: Administration, Technology, and Accountability in K-12 Schools. (S. Donahoo, M. Whitney). A Hermeneutic Approach towards Integrating Technology into Schools: Policy and Practice. (M.Y. Eryaman). Part III. Technology, Applications, and Practice: Actions and Strategies. Educational Digital Libraries: Platforms for Innovation and Equity. (M.A. Mardis, E.S. Hoffman). Integrating Squeak into a community: A Collaborative Effort. (B. Hug, G. Reese). Collaborative Learning Environments - Developing SMART Classrooms in Theory and in Practice. (B. Carter, T. Linder). Can We Talk? Communication Technologies, Social Informatics, and Systemic Change. (B. Monroe). Ubiquitous Computing: Rethinking Teaching, Learning and Technology Integration. (Karen Swan et al.). Digital Photo Journals: A Novel Approach to Addressing Early Childhood Technology Standards and Recommendations. (C. Carter Ching, X.C. Wang, Y. Kedem). Personal, Professional, Technical, and Institutional Factors Involved In Developing a Computer-Intensive English Curriculum. (J.A. Federmeier, R.T. Clift). Superintendent Leadership for Technology Integration in Public Education. (R.C. Hunter).