In this edWebinar, three school superintendents share how their districts make high-stakes infrastructure investment decisions.
In this edWebinar, three superintendents share the strategies they are implementing in their school districts to address digital access inequities.
In this edWebinar, three technology-savvy superintendents share how they lead their districts in creating technology plans.
In this edWebinar, 3 superintendents discuss the opportunities unique to rural school districts when leading digital transformations.
In this edWebinar, three superintendents share how they are leading the complex issues involved in ensuring accessibility for all.
In this edWebinar, three district leaders share how they work to effectively lead the implementation and use of online assessments in schools.
Join this edWebinar with four superintendents who are recognized as technology leaders in their field. They will share what it takes to successfully deploy, implement and sustain a commitment to digital learning.
Join in this edWebinar discussion as the superintendent, the director of curriculum, and the instructional technology and the supervisor of blended learning in the Meriden Public School District in Connecticut share the collaborative work they do to assure that professional learning experiences for teachers, administrators and staff in their school district is impactful and effective in changing classroom practice across their district.
During this edWebinar three superintendents share their perspectives and experiences in dealing with the multiple issues that contribute to the complexity of managing and assuring cyber security in a K-12 learning environment.
Despite universal concerns about student data privacy, communicating school policies can quickly overwhelm school leaders. CoSN has stepped in with guidance for superintendents and principals to help them with several aspects of student data privacy, including best practices for informing the community. In their edWebinar “Assuring Student Data Privacy: Lessons for Our Times,” presenters offered insights into how school leaders can take charge of communications for this critical issue.