Using computers to enhance operations and improve each school's ability to educate students takes relentless effort and innovation. Computers can be a major component of that success, if the following seven principles are followed:

  1. The overall plan, regardless of the sophistication of the technology to be used, must be designed intelligently, and there must be a commitment to implement it. Technology will not fix basic managerial problems, nor overcome a poorly designed district plan.
  2. Decisions must be


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