Technology advances allow students to experience greater personalized learning anytime, anywhere.
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.
Districts are not prepared for the volume and size of traffic on their networks and as a result face challenges in ensuring that their students can access the best learning opportunities. CoSN works to highlight the issues of broadband needs, propose solutions, and provide leaders with the resources that they need to address these challenges.
NEW: View CoSN's 2013 E-rate & Broadband Survey analysis here.