CoSN fosters state chapters to better meet the needs of school district CTOs on a local level. In 2004, CoSN changed our bylaws to enable chapter development and approved the Texas K-12 CTO Council as our first state chapter. In some states, such as Texas, founding a chapter involves the creation of a new nonprofit organization. In other states, such as California, we are working with new divisions of existing education technology nonprofits. In all cases, we require a strong chapter model with unified dues to build a stronger voice for educational technology leaders and ensure state-specific professional development and advocacy.
For more information about becoming a CoSN state chapter, please contact the CoSN Membership team at firstname.lastname@example.org or 866.267.8747 x115.
For more info on current state chapters, please click any name below.