Data from CoSN’s 2014 ‘K-12 IT Leadership Survey’ raise important questions about gender equity in the school technology field


[caption id="attachment_152864" align="alignleft" width="150"]IT-leadership Forty-eight percent of men in school IT leadership positions earn $100,000 or more, compared with 36 percent of women.[/caption]

While women who occupy leadership positions in school technology are better educated and have more experience, on average, than their male colleagues, men in the school information technology (IT) field generally earn more money and hold more prestigious job titles: This is the main takeaway from an analysis of IT leadership in...

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