The Consortium for School Networking (CoSN), in partnership with the Texas Association of School Administrators and CoSN’s Texas state affiliate chapter, the Texas Educational Technology Leaders (formerly The Texas K-12 CTO Council), is honored to support the work of current and aspiring superintendents and district leadership teams in leading all aspects of digital learning transformations.

EmpowerED Superintendent edLeader Panel Broadcast Series

The EmpowerED Superintendents edLeader Panel monthly broadcast series, co-hosted by CoSN, AASA and and sponsored by ClassLink, just wrapped up its fifth season with the May 11 broadcast on “Succeeding with Digital Equity: CoSN’s 2023 Award Winning District’s Leadership Strategies.”

CoSN annually awards a school district with the association’s Community Leadership Award for Digital Equity to honor and recognize those districts that are working to eliminate inequities and narrow the gap when it comes to digital access. Corpus Christi ISD was the recipient of CoSN’s 2023 Community Leadership Award for Digital Equity. The May 11 edLeader Panel broadcast featured AASA member and Corpus Christi ISD Superintendent Dr. Roland Hernandez, who was joined by Cary Perales, the district’s director of Instructional Technology, and Marilyn Doughty, the district’s director of Technology Services. Dr. Jill Brown, CoSN’s director of Professional Learning, also joined the broadcast panel.

If you were not able to attend the live broadcast, you are welcome to view the recording or access the podcast version by visiting The EmpowerED Superintendent edLeader Panel webpage at,  where you can also access recordings of multiple other broadcasts in this series that were featured over the past 18 months. A few of the titles featured in recent broadcasts include:

  • Leading and Implementing Educational Technology Innovations: Hurdles, Accelerators, and Tech Enablers
  • Addressing Technology’s Diversity and Equity Through District Policies, Practices, and Personnel
  • Leveraging Technology Tools to Provide Equitable Learning Opportunities for ALL Students
  • Planning and Sustaining Technology Innovations: Aligning Priorities, Costs, and Outcomes
  • Leadership Challenges and Solutions Regarding Data Privacy in Technology-Enriched Learning Environments

Continuing Education Credits

Participants in’s edWebinars and edLeader Panels broadcasts may earn continuing education (CE) credits after viewing the live or recorded broadcasts. The edWeb CE credits also meet the qualifications for several professional associations for license, membership, and certification renewal, including CoSN’s CETL re-certification program. To learn more about earning’s CE credits please visit

CoSN & Texas Educational Technology Leaders (TETL) Membership

If your school or district would like more information about joining CoSN or getting more involved with CoSN, please contact For information about Texas Education Technology Leaders, please contact Dianne Borreson, Executive Director, Texas Education Technology Leaders at or call 855.458.9286.