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Today's superintendents are learning that the old management style of delegation doesn't work when it comes to technology. IT systems are too critical to the success of a school district, and they require hands-on understanding and management by savvy school leaders. Here are five keys to making technology work:
1. Participate more than you delegate. Superintendents must co-manage technology along with their tech coordinator. Don't be afraid to get second opinions from outside consultants, and be sure to spread the responsibility for technology across all schools and departments.
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