Small Schools Leadership Advisory Panel
The Consortium for School Networking (CoSN)
is the country's premier voice for K-12 education leaders, no matter the size of their school or district, who use technology strategically to improve teaching and learning.
Small schools, typically with fewer than 2,500 students, are of particular interest to CoSN. Emphasis is being placed on public school districts, non-public (Catholic and private schools), and charter schools. The Small Schools Leadership Advisory Panel consists of public and private school ed tech leaders who advise CoSN in their outreach, membership and advocacy efforts.
If you are an ed tech leader of a qualifying school or district, your annual membership fee of $250 (there is an additional fee for states with chapters) pays for itself over and over throughout the year. For example, free access to members-only publications, discounts for registrations (one free registration for a CTO Clinic -- a $99 savings/person) and savings up to $149 for the Annual Conference, and no cost for the annual Webinar series (savings of $499). An Institutional membership for your entire school/district gives up to 10 people voting rights and access to these benefits and more.
Read more about CoSN membership