School administrator blogs draw a crowd

Although few educators have established blogs, principals and superintendents across the country are finding their online journals are great ways to spark community interest and debates on student cell phone use, controversial books, teacher recruitment and cheating. Public comments sometimes get out of hand, frequent updates are required to keep readers interested and blogs must be free of jargon to draw the public in, but educators who blog say the benefits outweigh the risks.

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