Leaders inspire and manage educators, students, school boards, and others in the community to achieve common goals. Strong leaders are honest, competent, intelligent, and able to help others to understand and share in the mission of excellent personal performance and high student achievement.

Educational technology leadership in 21st-century schools means a holistic, dynamic approach with a shared-leadership. The leader taps the collective and individual strengths of stakeholders to design, launch, and sustain an effective educational-technology program.

The articles, case studies, profiles, and information in this section is designed to help you understand what leadership demands and how to achieve it.