I was recently cited in an Education Week article, The Knowledge Gap, that addressed the technology-related knowledge of school leaders. The article echoes many of the themes from two of my articles last year, The Absence of Leadership and A Responsibility for Asking the Right Questions.
Here's the quote they pulled out as a highlight:
The people who are in charge of facilitating schools' transition to the digital global economy - superintendents and principals - are typically the least knowledgeable about the digital global economy. It's scary.