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Mendoza Named to "Most Influential" Leaders List

Congratulations to Eva Mendoza, who was recently named to the inaugural District Administration Top 100 list that recognizes the "most influential, impactful leaders and innovators in K12 education." Continue Reading

TETL White Paper

Protecting Student and Staff Data: Best Practices and Strategies from Texas Education Technology Leaders

Read the full paper in INSIGHT Magazine hereDownload the white paper here.

Aledo ISD Wins 2024 CoSN District Team Leadership Award

TEA's Long Range Plan For Technology Resource Center

The Long Range Plan for Technology identifies 6 strategic technology goals for education and guides local education agencies (LEAs) as they develop individual technology plans. Its accompanying web-based Resource Center is intended to support a wide range of campus-based and district-wide professionals. The LRPT Advisory Committee has developed six strategic goals and 18 focus areas that they believe represent the technology trends and priorities in education. Each LEA should carefully consider how the six strategic goals outlined in this plan align with their own objectives and should strive to achieve positive progress in each focus area. Learn more and access TEA's LRPT resource center HERE!

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TETL Announces 2023-24 Award Winners

Dallas, TX— Texas Education Technology Leaders (TETL) has announced that Dr. Jenny McGown, Superintendent of Klein ISD; Donna Eurek, Chief Technology Officer at Prosper ISD; and Spring Branch ISD, led by Ashley May, Education Technology Director, are the winners of their annual awards. Read more. 

What Do School Business Officials Need to Know About AI?

Read the full article in Texas School Business here.


TETL District Recognition Initiative

TETL has a new initiative which involves recognizing districts of varying sizes. We know that ALL of YOU are doing really GREAT things and we need to spread the good news! We are asking for a few volunteers to showcase their districts. If you are willing to be highlighted in a short video, please complete this form. Remember that it isn’t always the big initiatives that make a significant impact, even the smallest of pebbles create a ripple effect!

Who We Are

Texas Education Technology Leaders (formerly Texas K-12 CTO Council) is a chapter of the Consortium for School Networking (CoSN) and is the premier organization for technology leaders in Texas K-12 school districts. Being a successful leader in the field of education technology is contingent on having the right support and guidance to stay ahead of quickly changing technology trends. Your network is key to helping the school districts you serve implement the best systems and solutions possible. We understand the challenges you face today . . . and we help you look ahead to what’s on the horizon. We tailor our services to support you and to help you stay one step ahead of an ever-changing technology environment. 

We empower education technology leaders . . . for today and tomorrow.


Members benefit from a host of professional development opportunities and access to a network of K-12 EdTech experts.


Through professional development, conferences, meetings, webinars, and study groups, Texas K-12 CTO Council gives members a variety of opportunities to connect.


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