Seriously, don't tell a soul.
Don't blog about it. Don't print out a copy of the article and hand it to your principal or IT director or even a single teacher. Don't let the kids find out you know. Don't stop doing the 'hand over the ears' monkey dance if anyone even whispers the blogging-in-classrooms phrase. Just block it out. Go with the 'it's a fad' and 'it'll ruin our society' spin instead. It'll be easier. And we can get back to life-as-we-knew-it before anyone collaborated or believed in sharing or thought twice about the R.O.I. of organizational transparency.
Or, if you must, then check out this link, 'big news about blogging in education' (although already dated, in my humble opinion) in the ed-tech world:
At a ceremony to honor excellence in education blogging yesterday, winners of the first-ever eSchool News "Best of the Education Blog" Awards talked about the significance of blogging in education during a panel discussion. All agreed: The impact that blogging is having on teaching and learning is profound.
But even when you are done reading, done bantering about this whole 'trendy bloggy' thing, done making up your mind for once and for all, and wonder what happened to the 'good ol' days', make sure nobody else even considers the impact of this silly blogging whatchamacallit on education...corporations...or society as a whole.
It'll make things so much simpler...