Improving Your Chances as a School CTO Candidate (Part 2)

Last time we talked about two high-­‐level skill sets schools look for in a CTO: capacity to manage change, and capacity to lead all areas of technology. Now we’ll examine…
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TLE Spotlight: Advice from the Experts

We got together with some of our Trusted Learning Environment (TLE) Seal recipients and asked what guidance they have for those who are thinking about going through the TLE process.…
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School Infrastructure Report: Strong Gains in Broadband Connectivity, But Challenges Persist

Majority of school districts today (85 percent) fully meet the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC’s) short-term goal for broadband connectivity of 100 Mbps per 1,000 students. However, recurring costs remain the…
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New Brief Reveals Why School Districts Are Shifting to the Cloud

School systems nationwide are increasingly shifting to the cloud. In a new brief issued today, CoSN (the Consortium for School Networking) explains the reasons behind the move and what factors…
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Personalized Learning with Micro-credentials

CoSN supports edtech leaders who are dedicated to continued growth in their capacity to improve students’ learning with innovative, digital environments. We work to improve the human capacity of school…
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Setting the Standard—CoSN Issues New Tool to Help Schools Streamline Digital Efforts

CoSN today unveiled a refreshed resource to help school system leaders improve the efficiency and effectiveness of their technology practices through interoperability. The CoSN Interoperability Standards for Education primer explores…
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Clearing Up the Cloud—New Project Launched to Help School Systems Leverage Cloud Computing

CoSN today launched a new project to help school system technology leaders take advantage of cloud computing in modern learning settings. The project, called SEND: Cloud, comes at a time…
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3.5GHz Innovation Band Becoming Available

Last year the FCC finished its rules for opening up previously restricted spectrum at 3.5GHz to experimental public use. In particular, this now permits commercial operations in 150MHz of new…
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