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During the old TIFTECH Training years ago–which I was a certified trainer–I found discussions about policy and leadership the richest sources of ideas and conversations. Looking back, I often wish now that I’d been a blogger back then (when blogging was non-existent as far as I knew) simply to mine the rich topics that arose.
I remember one conversation in particular. It took place in a faceless library in a school outside memory about the role administrators play in crafting administrative procedure and influencing school policy. I was not yet the mighty blowhard expert you see before you today, instead, a humble learner gathering crumbs from the tables of my betters. In that conversation, superintendents debated about how to best craft administrative procedures that would govern actions in schools.
My own experiences in this now have laid to rest any illusions I had about this process of negotiation and capitulation (laugh). But now, we have the ability to have a broader conversation and discussion about administrative procedures, especially those that deal with a hot topic such as cyberbullying.


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Everything posted on Miguel Guhlin’s blogs/wikis are his personal opinion and do not necessarily represent the views of his employer(s) or its clients. Read Full Disclosure
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