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September 30th, 2004
Educators Opening High Tech Corridor
More than 150 Tennessee educators and business and community leaders, including several from Giles County, gathered on Sept. 13 at the Brentwood Holiday Inn to focus on the topic, "Preparing for Emerging Technologies."
"The next 'big' thing in education is going to be 'little,'" Giles County Vocational Director Bill Davis said in addressing the group. He was referring, as he has done over the past year, to nanotechnology.
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