The most important part of effective leadership “is not knowing how do to something, but knowing what to do”—and then turning it over to the people with the right expertise, said William Skilling, superintendent of the Oxford Community Schools in Michigan.

So, being “tech savvy” means “having competent people around you to implement the vision” for how technology can best be used to improve teaching and learning, said Skilling, a 2012 winner of the Tech-Savvy Superintendent Awards from eSchool Media.

Skilling recently sat down with eSchool News Editor Dennis Pierce to discuss his...

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