edWeb announces the launch of the edWeb Voice, a new publication featuring the voices of education leaders on important topics in education.
What does it take for a school district to become an award winner? In the case of Corpus Christi Independent School District (CCISD), it was narrowing the digital access gap, landing it CoSN’s Community Leadership Award for Digital Equity.
Through the Driving K-12 Innovation series, CoSN continues to share high-quality trend reports supporting emerging technology in K-12 education to transform learning. In this initiative, a global advisory board of K-12 leaders, practitioners, and changemakers discusses the central themes driving, hindering, and enabling school teaching and learning innovation.
Technology equity has evolved over the years, and we must be open to the needs of tomorrow, next year, and five years down the road.
While giving all students access to high-speed internet and a working computer are strong steps towards creating equitable learning opportunities, there’s one area schools often miss: technical assistance for students with learning differences.
From local to federal governments, insurance companies to funding organizations, schools and districts are subject to any number of cybersecurity regulations. But for all these, the most important aspect is being prepared. During the edLeader Panel, “Adopting a Proactive Versus Reactive Approach to Cybersecurity in K-12 Districts,” the presenters offered their insights on how to create a proactive climate by knowing everything you can about your data.
Labor Day 2022—instead of the usual beginning-of-the-school-year exercises, Los Angeles Unified School District administrators had to deal with a ransomware attack that shut down its computer systems.
Presented by Patti Moon, Chief Communication Officer, Aurora Public Schools (CO); Simón Miera, Senior Partner Success Manager, TalkingPoints; and Kate Pechacek, Senior Director of Partner Success, TalkingPoints
Mask mandates. Remote learning. Weekly testing and contact tracing. There are many elements from the past two years that educators are happy to leave behind. But there are also some innovations and opportunities, like virtual professional learning, that they don’t want to forget.
Presented by Dr. Doug Brubaker, Superintendent, Texarkana Independent School District (TX); Lorrie Owens, Chief Technology Officer, Integrated Technology Services, San Mateo County Office of Education (CA); and Glenn Robbins, Superintendent, Brigantine Public Schools (NJ)
Moderated by Ann McMullan, Project Director, CoSN (Consortium for School Networking) EmpowerED Superintendents Initiative