(the Consortium for School Networking) today announced the addition of Oklahoma as the organization’s newest state chapter. This grows CoSN’s reach to 30 states nationwide.
The Oklahoma Council of Educational Technology Leaders (OCETL) Chapter will help create and cultivate engaging and innovative educational environments.
“OCETL is thrilled to be partnering with CoSN to advance the skills and goals of education technology leaders in Oklahoma’s schools. We look forward to advancing modern learning settings for our students and promoting education technology across our state,” said Dr. Jack Green, President of OCETL.
The Oklahoma Chapter of CoSN will develop a community of educational technology leaders to utilize best practices and assist each other in addressing challenging issues. Educators will have the opportunity to build their knowledge base and leverage CoSN’s vast resources and national network of school professionals.
“Oklahoma’s partnership with CoSN will further assist our efforts with large, small, urban and rural schools nationwide to empower educational leaders and grow engaging learning environments,” said Tom B. Ryan, Chair, CoSN Board of Directors.