Three Things You Can Do in Less Than Three Hours of Work to Significantly Reduce Cybersecurity Risk

If cybersecurity seems like a never-ending, continuous process improvement effort, it is. There are many ways to reduce risk and improve your school system’s cybersecurity posture. Want to make significant…
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Back to School Blog

This year finally feels more like the typical beginning of school. Breathe, smile, and get ready to focus on your needs! To prepare yourselves and your teams for the ongoing…
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Return to School: Preparing for the Fall Term 2022, Part 2

Continued from https://www.cosn.org/are-you-systems-ready-for-fall-term-2022/  Taking care of basic reviews is essential to ensuring that schools, physical, remote and hybrid environments are prepared to sustain high performance and quality systems to support…
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Are Your Systems Ready for Fall Term 2022

Preparing for back-to-school requires careful planning and review of the systems that support in-person, remote and hybrid learning. As indicated in the COSN 2022 Student Home Connectivity Study, schools continue…
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From the Banking Industry to K-12 Division Leader

We asked Wesley D. Williams, M.Ed., Executive Director of Technology, “What are three things you were able to apply to your job right away after participating in CoSN’s PD offering?” Here…
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Ector County ISD: Creating a Connected Community

Ector County Independent School District is an economically challenged district in Odessa, Texas. The primary source of income for families in this rural district is oil field work. Hence, the…
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Aldine ISD: Student Home Connectivity Challenges and Opportunities

The need for online remote access to K-12 instruction and learning resources is now integral to the education system. Factors identified in the 2021 CoSN Home Internet Connectivity Study include…
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CoSN TLE SPOTLIGHT: Community High School District 99

Meet Rod Russeau, CoSN Certified Education Technology Leader (CETL), Certified Information Security Manager (CISM), Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), Certified Data Privacy Solutions Engineer (CDPSE), and Director of Technology…
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A Little Standardization Can Be a Big Help

When I hear the term standardization, I immediately think of my dad’s work as a lifelong UAW member in Flint, Michigan. As a line worker in an automotive factory, everything…
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UP YOUR PROJECT MANAGEMENT SKILLS GAME & MAKE YOUR LIFE EASIER

The “P” in project management should be interchangeable with the “P” in people. That’s because project management is just as much about the people as it is about the project.…
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