CoSNConsortium for School Networking
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Blockchain is one of many technologies that Becker and other edtech experts are watching closely as part of a new CoSN initiative to help K-12 superintendents and chief technology officers lead innovation in their schools.
"This site is a tool for education leaders, decision and policy makers to help them better understand how open technologies can be implemented to make a positive impact on students' learning, increase efficiency and potential cost savings for school districts," says Shaun Taylor, project director for CoSN's Open Technology Initiative.
EDvanceNet was launched in 1998 under the sponsorship of CoSN, NSBA, and the MCI WorldCom Foundation, to help promote the development of educational technology leadership among school administrators and policy makers.
Given the already wide array of responsibilities that school systems face and the limited resources they possess, it is critical to prioritize the work based on a threat matrix, as previously discussed by CoSN.
CoSine Communications Inc (Other OTC: COSN) , a company focussed on redeploying its assets through acquisitions, announced on Wednesday that Cedar 2015 Limited, its wholly owned UK subsidiary, has commenced a cash tender offer to acquire all of the issued and to be issued ordinary shares of API Group plc (LSE:API.L) not already owned by Cedar.
The issue of privacy has taken the education community by storm like no other since our organization, the Consortium for School Networking (CoSN), began serving school system technology leaders in 1992.
"The NMC Horizon Report: 2011 K-12 Edition" is the third in the K-12 series of reports and is produced by the NMC in collaboration with the Consortium for School Networking (CoSN), and the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE), with the generous support of HP's Office of Global Social Innovation.
District-level technology leaders can calculate the potential costs and benefits of educational technology purchases in measurable terms through a new Value of Investment tool developed by the Consortium for School Networking (CoSN).