Technology can improve student performance and managerial efficiency. However, the mere presence of computers itself does not lead to academic gains or administrative efficiency. In fact, there is evidence that disorganized additions of computers actually reduce student achievement, distract administrators from their primary goals, and waste funds.

Here are 10 strategies administrators should undertake to assure that their technology programs realize their promise:

  • Provide leadership. Become an advocate for using computers to address broad needs, while paying special attention to finding the opportunities that most directly address local
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