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Remedial Tech Classes for District Leaders?

By Susan McLester, June 7, 2001
From The Los Angeles Times

I recently read an article that began with the line: "We know a couple of school superintendents who cannot do their own e-mail. Their secretaries print them out and let them read it on paper." I had to laugh out loud. As more than a few people have noted, it's not unusual for students to possess the highest degree of competence with computers and the Internet, while the district superintendents possess the least. This lack of tech savvy by our chief education officers is a sorry state of affairs.

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