The CoSN Blog

September 19, 2013
This week, CoSN released our key preliminary findings from a nationwide survey about broadband and the E-Rate. Nearly 450 K-12 ed tech leaders representing 44 states participated in the survey and overwhelmingly agreed that the E-Rate is in dire need of reform.
September 17, 2013
District and school leaders are increasingly aware of the need to make classroom-level data available, usable, and relevant to inform and improve instructional practices.
Dr. Jim Goodnight
September 11, 2013
Seventeen years ago, a bipartisan group of legislators thrust American classrooms into the 21st century with their successful championing of the E-Rate – an Internet access program that still brings the world to classrooms and libraries across the United States.
September 9, 2013
School is starting and with it, comes a heightened awareness of security and privacy from parents and the community.  What does this mean for a district’s technology department focused on preparing schools for the transition to digital learning?  Below are 10 questions about access and identity m
September 9, 2013
If educators contact the FCC in large numbers, we might be able to more than double the annual funding available for the eRate.

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