In an ever-evolving time of technology in our society and, more specifically, in our schools, the need for school leaders to equip themselves as technology leaders of the 21st century has approached. While the role of the school principal has included the need for sound instructional strategies and keen managerial styles, this role is changing quickly due to the increased access to information communication technology. Principals are finding themselves strapped with cell phones, ipads, laptops, and other technology tools to meet the ever-demanding needs of the principalship role. Therefore, school district leaders would be wise to investigate and evaluate the pulse of the school principal relative to the technology leader.
Manning-Washington, Carolyn D.
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