Superintendents can make or break educational technology initiatives. They are responsible for ensuring that their school districts embrace transformative digital learning. CoSN collaborates with superintendents to assess their challenges and increase their capacities to lead technology efforts. We are dedicated to helping current and aspiring superintendents and district leadership teams to build on their knowledge, skills, and confidence.

EmpowerED Superintendents Toolkit is done in partnership with AASA, the School Superintendents Association.

CoSN is grateful to the following sponsors for their support: Acer, ClassLink, Clever, Dell Technologies, Ed-Fi Alliance, ENA/CatchOn, HP, Hovercam, Innive, Kajeet, ManagedMethods, and Zoom.

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Advisory Panel & Endorsers

CoSN is proud to have the endorsement of over 60 superintendents, associations, and industry leaders:

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Education technology is a growing part of any superintendents' role. In focus groups and interviews with superintendents nationwide, we heard that edtech projects inspire a lot of excitement, but also a lot of trepidation.

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Critical Focus Areas:
Issue One-Pagers

Our Superintendent one-pagers are a comprehensive, consistent set of resources on various edtech topics that guide and empower superintendents and their leadership teams in leading the digital transformation. These materials will help superintendents communicate to stakeholders on important edtech topics:


The EmpowerED Superintendent edWebinar Series

School district leaders face many challenges leading schools and driving school improvement. Collaboration with peers is one of the most effective ways to learn about effective ideas and practices. CoSN, AASA, and are co-hosting an online professional learning community and edWebinar series to help superintendents connect and collaborate to help each other in this endeavor. You can attend the edWebinars live to connect with peers in real-time, or view the recordings. Join the Super-Connected community on edWeb for online discussions and resources.