Getting technology "right" in schools is difficult. I've seen more cases of poor implementation than good implementation. My touchstone question is "how is student learning better?". There are a cluster of "things" you have to get right when you want to use technology to improve student learning. The ISTE Essential Conditions elegantly articulate what schools should do if they want to use technology to improve student learning. In my experience, these conditions are correct, and serve as a good reflective standards when schools ask "are we doing this right"? PDF here in case of link rot (which I doubt from ISTE, but you never know).