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Gregory M. Hauser and Dennis W. Koutouzos

Computer use has changed schools dramatically—from the delivery of instruction to our understanding of what constitutes a school. Current technological trends suggest that changes such as these will increase as technology changes, which raises the question of whether school leaders are prepared to provide the proactive leadership necessary to American education. This chapter provides an overview of present and anticipated use of technology by school leaders and a description of current and emerging pedagogical approaches associated with the preparation of school leaders in the use of technology. The chapter is organized into three key sections: Current and Anticipated Uses of Technology, Current and Emerging Practices in Preparing School Leaders, and Implications and Recommendations for the Future.