The Consortium for School Networking (CoSN) and its Texas state affiliate chapter, The Texas K-12 CTO Council, are honored to support the work of current and aspiring superintendents and district leadership teams in leading all aspects of digital learning transformations.

EmpowerED Superintendent edWebinar

Monday, June 8, 4 p.m. CT

“Digital Equity Strategies for Learning Beyond the Classroom”

CoSN, AASA, and edWeb join together in cohosting the monthly EmpowerED Superintendent webinar series. The current COVID-19 health crisis has sharply exposed the critical issues around digital equity in several profound ways. Join us for the next EmpowerED Superintendent edWebinar with Dr. David Miyashiro, superintendent, Cajon Valley School District, CA; Dr. Steven Webb, superintendent, Vancouver Public Schools, WA; and Dr. Donna Wright, director of schools, Wilson County Schools, TN. They will come together to engage in a lively, interactive, informative conversation. The three superintendents will share their strategies for bringing schools and communities together to solve the challenges of digital inequity. Their stories and expertise have great value for all school leaders at this pivotal time for K-12 education. You are invited to register for this free webinar, as well as access recordings of previously broadcast “EmpowerED Superintendent” webinars, at

COVID-19 Resources for School Leaders

CoSN continues to provide school leaders with updated information on the “EdTech Guidance in the age of COVID-19” webpage. School leaders have ready access to current resources that not only help school systems adapt to remote learning during COVID-19 but also ensure positive outcomes for all stakeholders.

Digital Equity – AASA/CoSN Partner Resources Available to Download

The one-page document, Creating Equitable Opportunities for ALL Learners, provides education leaders with five essential strategies for achieving digital equity. CoSN’s Digital Equity Initiative web page has a number of additional resources, including access to the Digital Equity Toolkit, to support the work of school leaders in building meaningful community partnerships and creating tools to help district leaders achieve digital equity for all learners.

If your school or district would like more information about joining CoSN or getting more involved with CoSN and/or Texas K-12 CTO Council, please contact Dr. Alice Owen, Executive Director, Texas K-12 CTO Council at or call 855.458.9286.