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The role of the CTO in school districts is evolving into one of the most important leadership positions in education, yet many who currently fill that job lack the skills and background to make the best decisions for the educators and students in the districts they serve. Some CTOs—or their district’s equivalent—come from instructional backgrounds but lack technical skills. Others display an abundance of technical knowledge but do not understand how children learn or what teachers need to facilitate that process. Many district leaders perceive the CTO to be a "wires and pliers" expert, rather than a valued adviser who can provide guidance to help schools meet their educational goals. CTOs who take on leadership roles can help superintendents transform their districts. Join us as we empower ourselves to become innovative leaders! - See more at: http://cosn.org/events/wisconsin-cto-clinic-collaborative-leadership-digital-age#sthash.SQiHpWiy.dpuf
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