Superintendents

Empowered Superintendent Blog Series: Measuring the Impact of Technology Initiatives

Using technology in meaningful ways is as essential to today’s teaching and learning as reading, writing, and arithmetic. Stakeholders from around Baltimore County understood this urgency and prioritized graduating every student globally competitive in our Blueprint 2.0 strategic plan. Our theory of action leverages technology in two ways—through equitable access for every student to an effective digital learning environment and second language proficiency.

Reporting from the Digital Leadership Institute for NC Superintendents

CoSN's Empowered Superintendents initiative works to assess superintendents' challenges and increase their capacities to lead technology efforts. As part of our work, we partnered with several other education organizations to host a four-day Digital Leadership Institute for North Carolina superintendents. Lynn Moody, Superintendent of the Rowan-Salisbury School System in North Carolina, shared these thoughts and photos with us after the event.

 

CoSN Issues Four Tech Action Steps for Superintendents

Washington, DC (November 18, 2014) – CoSN (Consortium for School Networking) today released its second professional learning module for superintendents, titled “Four Action Steps for Strengthening the Technology Leadership Team.” Developed in partnership with AASA, The School Superintendents Association, the guidelines further expand CoSN’s The Empowered Superintendent initiative and will strengthen the collaboration among school system leaders.

Bringing Together K-12 Leaders Nationwide for Teaming for Transformation II

Earlier this week, CoSN's Teaming for Transformation II (T4T) brought more than 140 K-12 leaders together at Katy ISD to continue the discussion about how to improve student-centered learning. T4T is working to shape the ideal digital transtion for districts. What steps have to be taken before, during, and after the fact for a digital conversion to be successful? How do we use new technology to truly re-shape learning?

More Than 140 K-12 Leaders Nationwide Convene in Houston for ‘Teaming for Transformation II’

Washington, DC (October 10, 2013) – The Consortium for School Networking (CoSN), as part of its Teaming for Transformation: Leading Digital Conversion for Student Learning II (T4T), this week gathered more than 140 K-12 leaders in Houston, Texas’ Katy Independent School District (ISD) to continue the discussion on how to improve student-centered learning.

CoSN to Build Exclusive “Teaming for Transformation” Network of Educators Leading Digital Conversion to Improve Student Learning

Washington, DC (April 3, 2012) – The Consortium for School Networking (CoSN is inviting educational leaders from across the country to join its Teaming for Transformation: Leading Digital Conversion for Student Learning. An exclusive network of districts, teams of education system leaders will work together to improve student-centered learning in classrooms across the United States. Applications will be accepted until April 30, 2012.

CoSN Selects 19 School Districts to Join “Teaming for Transformation”

Washington, DC (July 9, 2012) – The Consortium for School Networking (CoSN) today announced the 19 K-12 school districts selected to join its Teaming for Transformation: Leading Digital Conversion for Student Learning. Beginning now through CoSN’s 18th Annual Conference in March 2013, this network of districts will collaborate to improve student-centered learning in classrooms nationwide.