CoSN state chapters function at the grassroots level to effect change in the field of educational technology. The national office of CoSN works closely with state chapters to develop and deliver professional development, build capacity among members, provide leadership and policy recommendations, advocate on behalf of technology officers, and much more.
Do you want to know about CoSN's State Advocacy Toolkit? CoSN is providing resources to help you be an effective advocate at the state level. From learning the basics, like what exactly is a bill to what questions you should be asking policymakers, the CoSN resources will empower you to take the right steps and ensure your voice is heard. You can make the difference!
CoSN highlights the achievements of our Chapter Leaders with our Chapter Awards Program.
Congratulations to our 2017 winners:
- Most New Members Added: New York
- Highest Percentage Growth: Connecticut
- Highest Retention Rate for Membership: Iowa and Tennessee
- Greatest CETL Growth: Utah
- Greatest CETL Percentage Growth: New Hampshire
- Most CETLs in a State: Texas