As computers and the internet become increasingly important to both the business and instructional practices of school districts, a growing number of school boards are making an understanding of technology and how it can be used to enhance school operations a key factor in their search for a new superintendent.

In Wauwatosa, Wisconsin, the local school board last month hired Phillip J. Ertl, district administrator for the state's Kiel Area School District, as its new superintendent for next year. At Kiel, Ertl oversaw the operation of a district with 180 employees and a $13 million


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