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.
Technology programs have grown to touch almost every aspect of activities in modern-day schools, including teaching and learning, data-tracking and record-keeping, internal and external communications, and more. Events in our country such as Hurricane Katrina and the tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary School have illustrated the need for school technology leaders to be actively involved in crisis preparedness to ensure student safety and business continuity. CoSN helps district technology leaders identify best practices and develop strategies for shutting down and starting up critical services.