Lorrie Owens is the first female and still the only Black woman to lead the technology division of a county office of education in California. Here is her story.
The right coach can help education leaders build their DEI programs in effective and meaningful ways, says Dr. Courtney L. Teague, who shares tips for finding that coach
At CoSN’s 30th anniversary 2023 conference in Austin, attendees gathered for the second annual meeting of “The Network” to discuss what DEI looks like in practice in their companies and school districts - and what more work needs to be done.
Despite long making up more than half the education workforce, women have had a long struggle getting to the highest leadership positions
Middletown City Schools does not have many Black male employees. The Admiral Squad was formed to help change that.
Rural school districts can accelerate digital equity by considering the roles of devices, connection, and instruction
James Batson says his district’s approach to edtech equity has been successful because of the intentionality behind it more than any one initiative.
Tips for encouraging girls to code, from Innovative Technology Director award winner, Dr. Karee McAndrew
The David Douglas School District's DEI (diversity, equity, and inclusion) efforts have led to restorative justice practices in the classroom and more diversity among educators.
The Second Chance Pell pilot program has permitted more than 28,000 students in prison to access Pell Grants in order to pursue higher education while imprisoned. The program will soon expand to all incarcerated individuals.
Despite progress closing the digital divide, millions of students remain on the wrong side of it. Advocates say the solution is more funding that includes digital knowledge education.
New research finds that Black, Latino, and Asian-American students in New York City were about 3 percent less likely to be suspended if their teachers shared their racial or ethnic background.
At the CoSN conference in Nashville, school district administrators gathered for the first annual meeting of “The Network” to discuss what DEI looks like in practice in their districts - and what more work needs to be done.
To help overcome the digital desert in the Bronx, a charity organization gave away more than 3000-plus devices and brought community stakeholders together.
The COVID-19 pandemic continues to increase rates of chronic absenteeism, but there are proven strategies for improving attendance.