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Our educational leaders must get aggressive with technology

By staff and wire services reports
November 19th, 2013

Technology and social media continue to dramatically change the way we live and work, the Huffington Post reports. Social media in particular can be a great equalizer by enabling job seekers to connect with influencers outside of traditional offline social networks. Given its importance, why isn’t this technology playing a stronger role in the curricula of our schools? For an insider’s view, I spoke with PJ Caposey, principal and assistant superintendent at Stillman Valley schools in rural Illinois. PJ is the author of Teach Smart and winner of the 2013 Outstanding Young Educator Award…

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