School districts have a new resource to help them define effective leadership in education technology: The Consortium for School Networking (CoSN) has released an updated version of its "Framework of Essential Skills" for K-12 chief technology officers (CTOs).


Unveiled during a Dec. 1 webinar, version 2.0 of the skills framework refreshes the version developed by CoSN's CTO Council in 2001 to "reflect the current needs and priorities of 21st-century educators," said CoSN chief executive Keith Krueger. The updated framework aims to help answer the question: What must district technology leaders know to be successful?


"Though many education leadership positions are defined by...

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