In a July 11 article, Digital Equity Isn’t Just About Equal Access to Technology, CoSN (the Consortium for School Networking) spotlights Albemarle County Public Schools’ commitment to personalizing learning through digital literacy and sustaining a culture of improvement. Author Dr. Beth Holland is the CoSN project director for Digital Equity. Her goal is to feature school divisions who are working to create equitable learning environments that give ALL students access to rich learning experiences.
CoSN provides thought leadership resources, best practices, and advocacy tools to help leaders succeed in transforming learning with strong leadership and vision. CoSN works towards envisioning a world where the unique potential of individual learners is fully realized and education is transformed and improved through visionary, strategic leadership.