CURRENT FEDERAL CAMPAIGNS

FEDERAL
Cybersecurity Digital Equity E-rate, Net Neutrality and Classroom Broadband Access

Connect and Protect our Students and Educators

CoSN urgently needs your help to persuade the Federal Communications about the serious, costly and persistent threats posed by K-12 cyberattacks.  In February, CoSN, AEE, CGCS, SETDA, SECA, and SHLB petitioned the FCC asking the agency to enable schools to use the E-rate for acquiring... Learn More


FEDERAL
Digital Equity

All Students Need Access to Home Broadband by the Next School Year

With the new school year only weeks away, additional steps must be taken quickly to ensure that students and their teachers have access to home broadband for teaching and learning. School districts and states are working swiftly to prepare for the next school year, which for many communities... Learn More


CURRENT STATE CAMPAIGNS

Texas

Introducing Texas Education Technology Leaders (TETL)

Please help us spread the word about the Texas K-12 CTO Council's new name! Our goal is to notify every state leader about our transformation to the Texas Education Technology Leaders and to suggest Interim Charges based on TETL's ed tech priorities. 

Take action by sharing the... Learn More


Illinois

Illinois Senate to Consider Flawed Student Privacy Bill

The Illinois House approved HB3606 despite IETL's concern that the bill would greatly curtail a school's use and sharing of student data for legitimate educational purposes. We've made some progress, but IETL continues to be concerned with the legislation in its present form.  The Illinois... Learn More


Wisconsin

Thank Wisconsin Legislators for Supporting Expanded Wireless Broadband Access

The Wisonsin Legislature recently passed Assembly Joint Resolution 100, which calls on the Federal Communications Commission to promote expanded wireless broadband access by enabling additional public use of TV "white spaces." Specifically, the resolution urges... Learn More


News and Updates

Student Data Privacy

FTC Privacy Rules

Posted September 30, 2019


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