School leaders share best practices for integrating technology

Karen Cator, former director of technology for the Department of Education and now CEO of Digital Promise, shares in this article five essential attributes of education leaders who have been successful with technology initiatives. In addition, five members of the League of Innovative Schools share best practices demonstrating these attributes in action. The attributes include being a learner and being curious, having a clear vision and sharing it with others, having goals in mind, and collaborating.

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