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Groups

  • This is a group for all members of the TETL. Use this group as a way to create dialogue with other members on relevant and timely topics within your organization and profession.

  • Advocacy Committee

    To expand the influence of the Texas K-12 CTO Council by building strong relationships with Texas legislators in order to increase the support for technology in our classrooms and districts.

  • This group will be for members to share ideas and develop best practices on data and cyber security.

  • Membership Committee

    • To proactively recruit districts who are not members and think of new benefits that we can offer to our members. 
    • Establish the value of membership and expand opportunities for growth through regional mind-share connections.
  • Leadership Development Committee

    To design services that our members may need as a part of a membership or for a low cost. To develop skills and knowledge that are needed to...

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    To design services that our members may need as a part of a membership or for a low cost. To develop skills and knowledge that are needed to lead a district's transformation to a 21st century learning environment, based on the Framework of Essential Skills.

    Framework of Essential Skills

  • Finance Committee

    To review all financial documents of the organization, assist in the preparation of the annual budget, and oversee the management of financial records.

  • Next Digital Shift Committee

    To conduct research on various topics of interest to the membership and creates whitepapers with resources to be shared with the membership.

  • Meetings and Events Committee

    To plan and make decisions on the content and schedule of meetings and events, especially the summer conference.

  • Communications Committee

    To provide feedback to the Communications Coordinator on the design and content of the website and social media messaging.
  • TX CTO Council Board

    This is a group intended for communication between the Texas K-12 CTO Council Board.