CoSN seeks nominations for inspiring education technology leaders.
It’s time to consider new, innovative approaches to improving and expanding educational opportunities in rural communities.
One of the benefits of a technology-rich classroom environment is supposed to be better opportunities to personalize learning for all students.
eBOARDsolutions, Inc. and the Idaho School Boards Association announced a new partnership to make Simbli board management software available to all ISBA member school districts.
To think like a leader is to design a blueprint for success (i.e district, school or lesson plan) that is ongoing, dynamic, and able to change in time with the reality of a changing school environment.
The supplemental curriculum for math, science, writing, English/language arts and reading aligns with TEKS and prepares students for STAAR
PublicSchoolWORKS introduces new analytics features to provide deeper insight into safety and compliance training
Even our youngest students are engaged in critical thinking, making sound decisions and choices as they identify and solve authentic problems.
IMS Global Learning Consortium's 13th annual Learning Impact Leadership Institute will be held in San Diego, California, May 20-23, 2019.
Each year during the Annual Conference, CoSN honors distinguished school technology leaders, experts and districts for their school technology accomplishments and dedication to advancing innovative learning settings.
As anyone who has led a digital conversion knows, deploying the devices and software subscriptions is only the first step in the ultimate goal of edtech.
More than 50 education technology and curriculum leaders came together to learn, share, and make connections to support instruction in districts across the country.
“In order to provide personalized learning experiences for students to best prepare them for college and careers, and to compete in a global economy, all schools need access to reliable, high-speed broadband," said SETDA's incoming Executive Director, Candice Dodson.
“This year’s nominees brought diverse backgrounds, skills and hands-on experience as rising edtech leaders,” said Keith Krueger, CEO of CoSN. “We are thrilled to recognize five women who are breaking ground in their communities."