When I have a problem with my iPad, I look to Google. Google is my worldwide knowledge base for fixing my toilet, unsticking my iPad, and figuring out the origin of that clunk sound my car started making. For every technology and almost every mechanical thing in my life, I can go to a website or run a general Google search to figure out how to fix it—or at least diagnose the problem.

Everything, that is, except how to get onto the wi-fi in my school district.

Technology is delightful and enriching. It connects students across the globe and invites them to...

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  • About the Author:

    Andrew Graf is the co-founder of and head of project strategy for TeamDynamix, which is a project portfolio and service management platform for K-12, colleges and universities, state and local governments, and nonprofit organizations. Andrew was previously a technology and business process consultant.