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From the Executive Director

We're excited to announce that the Texas K-12 CTO Council has a new look and a new name – Texas Education Technology Leaders (TETL)!

As you have grown to face new challenges in our field over the past few years, so too, has our association grown and changed to better serve you in the critical role you play supporting millions of students across our state. Now, after two years of focus groups, research, reflection, strategic planning, and design work, our organization is evolving to better reflect and support the work YOU do as the foremost education technology leaders in Texas.We know that being a leader in the field of education technology depends on having strong peer support and professional guidance. We believe this refreshed identity and more inclusive mission will help us better serve technology leaders at all levels across the state and provide services and targeted offerings to help YOU and your team stay one step ahead of an ever-changing technology environment.

Here is the value TETL provides to ed tech leaders like you:

  • A powerful network to connect with ideas and like-minded professionals
  • Targeted professional development to help you lead with confidence
  • Trends and best practices to problem solve technology challenges
  • Trusted guidance on privacy, security, and compliance policies

Now more than ever, it’s time to re-connect with your colleagues to share your challenges and successes. Beginning this year, we plan to have all our events in person again, with some virtual support as well. Come join your colleagues at one of our meetings. Mark your calendars for:

Put TETL at the center of your professional learning strategy!

TETL: Empowering Ed Tech Leaders . . . for today and tomorrow!

Alice Owen, Ph.D., CAE, CETL

Who We Are

The Texas Education Technology Leaders (TETL) (formerly Texas K-12 CTO Council) is the state chapter of the Consortium for School Networking [CoSN] and the premier organization for chief technology officers in Texas schools. The purpose of the organization is to assist Texas K-12 school districts in understanding how to plan for the use and successful implementation of information technology in Texas schools and advocate for districts’ technology needs to improve student learning.


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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