RIVERSIDE, Calif. (Oct. 13, 2010) Eigth grade students from Mira Loma Middle School use a ground tracking system during the 11th annual Science and Technology Education Partnership (STEP) Conference. The event, sponsored by the Naval Surface Warfare Center, Corona Division, introduced more than 3,000 Inland Empire fourth through eighth grade students to career opportunities in science and engineering. (U.S. Navy photo by Greg Vojtko/Released)
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NETS For Administrators

Transforming Education

Administrators play a pivotal role in determining how well technology is used in our schools. 
The NETS for Administrators enable us to define what administrators need to know and be
able to do in order to discharge their responsibility as leaders in the effective use of technology
in our schools.

"Integrating technology throughout a school system is, in itself, significant systemic reform. 
We have a wealth of evidence attesting to the importance of leadership in implementing
and sustaining systemic reform in schools. It is critical, therefore, that we attend seriously to
leadership for technology in schools."
Don Knezek,

NETS for Administrators 2002

Help us update and refresh the NETS for Administrators.  We want to hear from you!

Nets For Administrators 2009
ISTE launched the refresh of the NETS•A at NECC 2008 in San Antonio and the new standards will be released in June 2009.  For more information about the refresh project and how you can get involved by visiting the NETS Refresh page.
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