About CTETL & CoSN
The Connecticut Education Technology Leaders Association (CTETL) was created in fall 2015 as a Consortium for School Networking(CoSN) State Chapter. The purpose of the chapter is to empower all Connecticut K-12 educational technology leaders with the goal of increasing technology leadership capacity through CETL Certification and professional advancement opportunities through CoSN, as well as better supporting school districts in their technological needs. CTETL is a non-profit membership organization, comprised of educational technology professionals throughout school districts in the state.
Our Strategic Goals
The association is focused on three goals:
- CTO Skills: Enhance the skills and competencies of CTOs and raise expectations as defined in the Framework of Essential Skills of the K-12 CTO and measured by certification
- Voice: Advocate for investments in education technology as a means of enhancing learning opportunities and driving economic growth.
- Best-Practices: Establish and recommend best-practices for effective and efficient technology implementation and systems management.
Benefits of a CoSN & CTETL membership include:
- Participate in networking opportunities at various events, such as the annual CoSN Conference, state-level technology leader clinics, and CTO forums at ISTE.
- Access EdTechNext reports on groundbreaking technologies, as well as detailed reports on compliance and changes in federal law.
- Receive valuable, timely, and essential information through the bi-monthly Member Bulletin, the monthly Washington Update, and the annual Compendium.
- Attend webinars on current and important issues, such as emerging trends in K-12, technology and dropout prevention, dealing with the third wave challenges, and many more.
- Access to essential and exclusive resources, available to CoSn members only at the Members area.
- The membership also provides those same benefits to others within your school or district simply by adding Affiliates to your Institutional Membership
CoSN (the Consortium for School Networking) is the premier professional association for district technology leaders. For over two decades, CoSN has provided leaders with the management, community building, and advocacy tools they need to succeed. Today, CoSN represents over 10 million students in school districts nationwide and continues to grow as a powerful and influential voice in K-12 education. For a complete list of benefits, services, and publications available for members only, visit www.cosn.org