The CoSN Blog

Dan Layton
November 16, 2017
If you read the title above and your mind instantly wanders to the corny animation of Whammy and Sammy stealing all the money from contestants on what was the most technically advanced game show in 1983, your mind works like mine and you are probably wondering what a game show has to do with cr
Jim Corns, Director of Innovation and Digital Safety
October 4, 2017
CoSN sat down with the latest recipients of the Trusted Learning Environment (TLE) Seal to find out more about what they learned by going through the Program.  In this first in a monthly series of interviews, we bring you insight into how Jim Corns and the team at Baltimore County Public Schools
September 11, 2017
As Hurricane Harvey wreaked havoc across Southeast Texas due to the worst natural flooding disaster in history, almost 200 school districts canceled or delayed schools.
Micro-credentialing
August 23, 2017
Many states have eliminated the "extra pay for master's degrees" provision in educator licensure and compensations systems in recent years.  When this occurs, individuals often are at a disadvantage to show knowledge and skills they may have acquired through advanced credentials.  School system
Personalized Learning with Micro-credentials
August 23, 2017
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 systems by providing robust, thoughtful, and relevant professional advancement opportunities.

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