12/28/2012 12:00:00 AM
Imagine if students were as
motivated to do their schoolwork
as they are to beat Halo 4.
As technology leaders, we need
to look closely at our internal
processes and documentation and
decide if we are doing the best
job at documenting what is being
done by our IT personnel.
It is time to outlaw “Technology
on a Shoestring Budget,”
“Technology on the Cheap,” “Free
Tech Tools,” and other similar
presentations at superintendent
and board of education
—Steven M. Baule
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