Nominate Exceptional District Technology Leadership for #CoSN14 Awards

Nominations Open for CoSN’s 2014 Withrow CTO and Team Awards Through November 22
Washington, DC
Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Washington, DC (September 25, 2013) – The Consortium for School Networking (CoSN) today announced that it is accepting nominations for the association’s 2014 Withrow Chief Technology Officer (CTO) Award and Team Award. Scheduled to be presented at the CoSN 2014 Annual Conference, March 19-22 in Washington, DC, the awards recognize exemplary, visionary leadership by a CTO and a school system team, respectively. CoSN welcomes all nominations, including self-nominations, and will accept submissions through November 22. Please visit www.cosn.org/about/awards to nominate your candidate today, and learn more about CoSN 2014, themed Continuously Connected, Constantly Learning, at www.cosnconference.org and #CoSN14 on Twitter.

 
Pictured: Hampton Township School District (PA) Technology Director Ed McKaveney (center) receives the 2013 Withrow CTO Award.

 

“CoSN’s leadership in ed tech advocacy would be impossible without the work and pioneering efforts of exceptional K-12 CTOs and school district leaders across the country,” said Keith Krueger, CEO of CoSN. “The annual awards allow us to recognize those who are advancing our classrooms and helping students stretch their minds and strengthen their skills in engaging learning environments, both at the individual and team level. We look forward to receiving nominations and honoring the award recipients at CoSN 2014.”

The Withrow CTO Award recognizes a district CTO who is a technology champion and has made a transformational impact on his or her school system. The 2013 recipient was Hampton Township School District (PA) Technology Director Ed McKaveney, who successfully led efforts to create a powerful learning shift in the district. Nominate a great CTO today at: www.cosn.org/2014-withrow-cto-award-nomination.

The Team Award honors a district leadership team for enhancing ed tech and improving student learning. The 2013 recipient, Mooresville Graded School District, successfully implemented a digital conversion strategy in 2007, which helped to significantly boost its graduation rate and student achievement. Nominate an amazing district team at: www.cosn.org/2014-team-award-nomination.

For more information about CoSN’s complete awards program, please visit: www.cosn.org/about/awards.

About the Consortium for School Networking (CoSN)

CoSN is the premier professional association for school system technology leaders. The mission of CoSN is to empower educational leaders to leverage technology to realize engaging learning environments. Visit www.cosn.org or call 866-267-08747 to find out more about CoSN’s focus areas, annual conference and events, advocacy and policy, membership and the CETL certification exam.

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