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.
Premier of Season 5, EmpowerED Superintendent Series
The EmpowerED Superintendent Series, which is co-hosted by AASA, CoSN, and edWeb.net and sponsored by ClassLink, launches Season 5 on Monday, August 8, 2022, at 4 p.m. Central Time with Leading Learning in the 2022-2023 School Year: Ready, Set, Go. Superintendent panelists Dr. David Schuler, Dr. Carol Kelley, and Mr. Matthew J. Miller, join host/moderator Ann McMullan in looking at the new school year through the lens of strategies and innovations that engage all learners, teachers, administrators, and families in their districts. The superintendents will also review how they are maximizing new funding resources and their plans to sustain the projects that have been funded by access to new financial aid. Find additional information and the link to register free for the live broadcast (or the recording or podcast version after the August 8 broadcast).
CoSN 2022 Student Home Internet Connectivity Study
CoSN recently released its report on the second year of the association’s breakthrough study on student at-home connectivity and the impact on students’ home-to-school experiences. The study involved seven K-12 urban, suburban, and rural school districts serving a combined total of nearly 300,000 students. The findings in the study provide school leaders with a guide to learn their own next steps in solving the inequities that still exist around school-to-home connectivity, which has a great impact on the work students are able to access and complete when doing schoolwork from home or other locations outside of their school settings. Access the complete CoSN 2022 Student Home Internet Connectivity Study.
In addition to the CoSN 2022 Student Home Internet Connectivity Study, CoSN provides a wide variety of resources for school leaders who are working to solve the challenges of digital equity.
CoSN & Texas Educational Technology Leaders Membership
If your school or district would like more information about joining CoSN or getting more involved with CoSN, please contact MSheffield@cosn.org. For information about Texas Education Technology Leaders, please contact Dianne Borreson, Executive Director, Texas Education Technology Leaders at email@example.com or call 855.458.9286.