Guest bloggers wanted
Occasionally I have a guest blogger here at Dangerously Irrelevant just to spice things up a bit. You can read past guests' contributions by clicking on the Guest Bloggers category. Usually I invite people personally, but I thought it might be fun to put out a RFP (request for proposals)...
Want to blog here on a topic (or topics) related to K-12 school leadership or leadership preparation? Looking for greater exposure for some of your ideas? Read over my guest blogging page and then drop me a note with your ideas for a 5-day series.
You don't have to be a blogger to participate. If you are, however, cross-posting is both allowed and encouraged. Also, you can blog about school leadership issues generally rather than just technology leadership issues specifically. And, yes, past guests are welcome to blog again...
Hope some of you are interested!
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