The Consortium for School Networking (CoSN) annual conference, held Feb. 26 to 28 in Crystal City, Va., served as a springboard for several new initiatives the group is undertaking on issues such as data-driven decision making, total cost of ownership (TCO), ed-tech advocacy, and emerging technologies.

Approximately 500 school leaders, educators, and technology directors attended CoSN's 8th Annual K-12 School Networking Conference. During the conference, CoSN, technology analyst firm Gartner Inc., and others unveiled a free, web-based application—called the CoSN-Gartner Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) Tool—that K-12 school leaders can use to assess their technology investments.

The TCO Tool is the latest


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