Connect, Collaborate, and Achieve More —Together
NSBA's Technology Leadership Network (TLN), founded in 1987 and positioned at the intersection of policy and practice, provides the school board, administrators, and the district technology team with resources and experiences to help them make well-informed technology decisions.
What is TLN?
TLN fosters a team approach to technology decision-making, including every level of the district's leadership team:
- Educational technology and curriculum directors
- School board members
Who Can Participate in TLN?
School districts and education agencies benefit from this remarkable support system.
- Connect with trailblazers.
- Navigate today’s most challenging issues.
- Acquire invaluable resources for using technology in schools.
- Get the latest information, ideas, and advice.
Why You Should Join TLN
Whether your organization is on the cutting edge or just now beginning to explore technology options, you'll find the support you need in NSBA's Technology Leadership Network.
Education Technology Site Visits
Visit classrooms and learn first-hand how technology tools and digital resources can create a positive learning environment for all students and increase operational efficiency.Read More
Benefits of Participation
Benefits of participation in NSBA’s Technology Learning Network include expert help with education technology advocacy, recent research, professional development, and discounts on NSBA events and selected publications.Read More
How to Join TLN
Sign Up for the Technology Leadership Network Today. TLN’s affordable fees are based on your enrollment or agency category. NSBA National Connection districts receive a 50 percent discount on TLN fees.Read More
20 to Watch
The "20 to Watch" program identifies emerging education technology leaders who have the potential to impact the field for the next 20 years.Read More
Technology Innovation Showcase
Become one of six companies selected to showcase an emerging technology product that positively impacts one of four key areas of the K-12 enterprise: teaching and learning; administrative operations; parental outreach; or, community engagement.Read More