21st-century requirements in schools are changing, and being a good leader means solving new puzzles. Are you keeping up?
As schools continuously work to construct digital learning plans that will help transform teaching and learning, it is essential that school technology leaders are updated with the latest policies and practices that could impact their district’s future decisions.
Technology has changed the way students learn, and more importantly, it has changed school and district leaders’ roles. But technology and its capabilities are changing at such a rapid pace that even chief technology officers (CTO) require constant “updates” to solve some of the post pressing questions in schools this year.
To help technology leaders address what it calls the “undiscussables” of technology leadership, the Consortium for School Networking (CoSN) held a recent forum to come up with four questions every technology leader needs to answer in order to keep up with the rapidly-evolving K-12 school and district climate:
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