Award Winners

2022: Louisa County Public Schools (VA)

2021: Desert Sands Unified School District (CA)

2020: Santa Fe Public Schools (NM)

2019: Vancouver Public Schools (WA)

2018: Beaverton School District (OR)

2017: Green Bay Area Public Schools (WI)

Student access to robust digital tools is key to their success as 21st-century citizens. Yet many students from economically disadvantaged families have limited access to these tools both at school and at home. Clearly, there is a great deal of work that needs to be done. Closing the gap will require a broad approach involving schools and communities working together.

CoSN created the Community Leadership Award for Digital Equity to encourage and recognize those districts that are working to eliminate inequities and narrow the access gap.

Thank you to our award sponsor, Kajeet

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All school districts and educational service agencies (serving multiple districts) teams are eligible for CoSN’s Community Leadership Award for Digital Equity. Ideal teams include key district leaders such as superintendents, CTOs, and chief curriculum leaders. Applicants are also encouraged to include local and state partners. CoSN Board members and their institutions are ineligible for CoSN awards. The nominee must be a CoSN member.

2022 Award Winner: Community Leadership Award for Digital Equity

Louisa County Public Schools (VA)

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View Award Video

Click here to view the latest release from Louisa County Public Schools on their efforts to utilize solar power as a means to provide internet for schools at a significantly reduced cost.