Blogging in Education Today (Part 4 – Administrator’s Blogs)

This next phase in our series examining how blogs are being used in education today looks at how school administrators are using them.

For the last few weeks we’ve been looking at current examples of blogging in an educational setting. We’ve looked at teachers blogging individually and in the classroom context, then we looked at student blogs. This week we’ll look at some examples of how school administrators are utilizing blogs to communicate with their consistituents.

School Presidents and Principals and other administrators have been blogging for years, and the practice continues to grow. Following are four examples of these types of blogs.

Sweet Briar College’s President’s Blog - Sweet Briar College is located in the state of Virgina in the United States. On her blog, President Jo Ellen Parker shares college happenings and thoughts on such varied topics as: insights into the incoming class of 2014, mixed emotions about college rankings like Forbe’s and Princeton Review, and fond wishes for a retiring college employee.


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