September 14, 2018
My name is Terry Allen and I work for Morgan School District in a rural area in Utah. Being in a small district means that our administrators wear multiple hats.  For me, that means that I oversee the areas of Assessment, Title 1 and IT.
Doug Casey and Melissa Tebbenkamp
June 5, 2018
In the midst of important discussions on data privacy and security taking place across the nation, school leaders can easily forget how and why we adopted the array of applications that support learning and school operations. These systems did not arrive overnight.
Thomas C. Murray and Eric Sheninger
April 5, 2018
As two leaders in the field who work to support districts with digital conversions, we are often asked, “What type of devices should we buy?” The problem with this question is that it is often
January 11, 2018
We got together with some of our Trusted Learning Environment (TLE) Seal recipients and asked what guidance they have for those who are thinking about going through the TLE process.
Jim Corns, Director of Innovation and Digital Safety
October 4, 2017
CoSN sat down with the latest recipients of the Trusted Learning Environment (TLE) Seal to find out more about what they learned by going through the Program.  In this first in a monthly series of interviews, we bring you insight into how Jim Corns and the team at Baltimore County Public Schools
Personalized Learning with Micro-credentials
August 23, 2017
CoSN supports edtech leaders who are dedicated to continued growth in their capacity to improve students’ learning with innovative, digital environments. We work to improve the human capacity of school systems by providing robust, thoughtful, and relevant professional advancement opportunities.
Dennis Fazio
January 24, 2017
Last year the FCC finished its rules for opening up previously restricted spectrum at 3.5GHz to experimental public use.
November 17, 2016
With the exponential increase of access needed to cloud-based applications for instructional and operational use, Internet reliability is becoming paramount in school systems.
November 11, 2015
Last week, CoSN (in partnership with AASA and MDR) unveiled the results of our annual survey that laid out the state of connectivity in schools across the U.S. There is lots of data for both pessimists and optimists among us.
October 16, 2014
School districts nationwide are struggling with the costs of building out the high performance, reliable networks needed to support the digital transformation envisioned by President Obama’s ConnectEd initiative.
August 20, 2014
A recent NetworkWorld article, “Whatever Happened to Green IT?” left me wondering: was the sustainable computing craze which became popular in 2008 and spawned
April 3, 2014
One of the major benefits of the internet is that it allows us to connect with people who we might otherwise never meet. No matter what challenges your district is facing, odds are there's another district out there which is grappling with the same things.
January 8, 2014
We know that education technology has the power to transform learning for all students, but it may prove particularly powerful for special education students, argues a recent fea
December 18, 2013
This column was originally printed in T.H.E. Journal, and is excerpted below.  From building robust networks to collaborating with other departments to fund new projects, here's what you need to do to start innovating in the new year.
December 16, 2013
All across America, school administrators and policymakers are asking questions about education technology. When are devices appropriate? What platforms really count as educational? Do our tools support student engagement? Do they support critical thinking and teamwork?
November 15, 2013
Take advantage of your CoSN membership to access our 2013 CTO Forum Reports for free! The reports offer high-level summaries and analyses of our CTO Forums.
October 23, 2013
This month is Connected Educator Month (www.connectededucatormonth.org), a unique (and fun!) opportunity to tak
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.