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CETL certification is a rigorous process based on CoSN's Framework of Essential Skills.
To sit for the CETL certification exam you must have a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree plus four years of education technology experience.
CoSN hosts webinars, CTO clinics, state chapter events, and an annual conference for members and non-members.
Educational equity has been a national priority for K-12 since the passage of the Elementary & Secondary Education Act fifty years ago.
The CoSN Team Award is open to a school district, consortium of school districts and education agencies, or state education network whose impact on technology's role in transforming learning has been significant.
Nominations for the 2015 Awards will be open from October 6-November 21, 2014. We can't wait to read your submissions!
Please fill out the form below to submit a nomination. Self-nominations are encouraged. CoSN board members and their institutions are not eligible for this award.