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Alabama State Partners
The Alabama Educational Technology Association (AETA) is an organization comprised of professionals who work primarily in K–12 educational technology in Alabama public school systems. The purpose of the Association is to promote the positive impact of technology in education. To accomplish this purpose, our members seek to share information and educate policymakers. ENA is a sponsor of AETA and exhibits at the annual conference each year.
The Alabama Educational Technology Conference (AETC) is sponsored by the Alabama State Department of Education (ALSDE). AETC is dedicated to the professional development of educators and has played a key role in helping educators at all levels increase their understanding of the role of technology in education. The conference provides educators the opportunity to learn about the latest trends in educational technology and offers a forum for discussion among professionals concerned with educational technology. ENA is an exhibitor at AETC each year.
Arkansas State Partner
The Hot Springs Technology Institute (HSTI) serves the technological needs of Arkansas educators. The Technology Institute originated when the Superintendent of Hot Springs Schools, Roy Rowe, realized the need for a forum that allowed the school districts of Arkansas to come together and share concerns and successes in implementing the new emergent educational technology issues. ENA exhibits at the HSTI conference each year.
Florida State Partners
The Florida Association of District School Superintendents (FADSS) is a statewide nonprofit organization exclusively dedicated to responding to the unique needs of Florida’s 67 public school superintendents. The mission of FADSS is to assist and support superintendents in providing leadership to ensure that every student in Florida acquires the skills, knowledge, and attitude to be contributing members of our democratic society through leadership development programs focused on student achievement, building relationships with business and governmental leaders, and communication and networking services.
Florida Association of Educational Data Systems is the oldest Florida professional association dedicated to the advancement of educational technology. FAEDS is interested in providing a forum for discussion of issues in educational technology; giving information and assistance to educators and technical personnel; promoting a greater understanding of the uses of technology at all levels of education; and encouraging greater communication between instructional and Information technology professionals in the state of Florida. ENA is an exhibitor at the annual conference.
The Florida Association of School Administrators (FASA) was designed to help its members meet their responsibilities through the development of effective educational leadership. Its purpose is several-fold: to promote professionalism among school administrators; to advance public education; to improve standards of cooperation with other professional organizations; to provide opportunity for cooperative study for various problems; to lend and direct assistance; and to foster the management team concept.
Florida Council of Instructional Technology Leaders share and promote the effective use of technology in the instructional process; promote cooperation and communication among the district and state leaders who impact technology use in education; support technology pre-service and in-service professional development and accountability; and positively influence legislation and policies regarding technology funding and decisions on implementation. ENA is an exhibitor at the annual conference.
Georgia State Partners
The Georgia K–12 CTO Council was formed in 2004 to assist Georgia’s school districts in understanding how to plan for the use and successful implementation of educational and administrative technology and advocate for improved student learning and administrative efficiency. The organization officially became a CoSN chapter in 2006. The membership consists of K–12 chief technology officers (CTOs) and technology directors at the school district level. ENA is an active sponsor and participant with the GA CoSN chapter
The Georgia Educational Technology Conference (GaETC) is sponsored by the Georgia Educational Technology Consortium, Inc. GaETC is dedicated to the professional development of educators. For more than two decades, the conference has played a key role in helping educators at all levels increase their understanding of the role of technology in education. The conference provides educators the opportunity to learn about the latest in educational technology and offers a forum for discussion among professionals concerned with technology in education. GaETC offers almost 250 concurrent sessions, nationally known speakers and presenters, workshops focusing on the latest in technological innovations and software, and over 200 commercial exhibits featuring state-of-the-art technology. ENA is sponsor of GAMEIS and exhibits each year.
Idaho State Partners
The purpose of the Idaho Education Technology Association (IETA) is to promote and facilitate the use of technology in Idaho education. Representing all those interested in sustaining and promoting technology in education, Idaho and its educators have structured a statewide organization whereby each other’s successes and ideas can be shared. Collectively, they have become a voice for technology in education. ENA is a titanium sponsor and exhibitor at the IETA annual conference.
The Idaho School Boards Association (ISBA) is a non-profit, service organization providing policy services, legislative advocacy, leadership support and quality, and cost-efficient board training to association members. Founded in 1942 and representing more than 500 locally elected school board members throughout Idaho, ISBA strives to improve public education for all Idahoans through the continued development of community leaders. ISBA’s business partners and affiliates have provided unwavering support for public education and Idaho school boards through their partnership with ISBA. ENA is an exhibitor at the ISBA conference each year.
The Idaho Association of School Administrators (IASA) is the unifying voice of Idaho education leaders. By marshaling influence in their communities in support for education, IASA provides relevant leadership around a common vision for an educated citizenry.ENA is a Tier I sponsor of IASA and exhibits at the annual conference.
The Idaho Association of School Business Officials (IASBO) is a nonprofit organization of school employees who have responsibilities to manage the business affairs of public and private schools in Idaho. IASBO promotes the highest standards of school business practices for its membership through professional development, networking, continuing education, and legislative impact. IASBO is the primary avenue for developing professionals who are the business cornerstones of Idaho’s public schools. ENA is a Bronze sponsor of IASBO and exhibits at the annual conference each year.
Illinois State Partner
The Illinois Computing Educators (ICE) organization is dedicated to being the leader in supporting and promoting innovative education for all. The association strives to offer and promote innovative practices to the educational community and has continually expanded its membership and shown leadership in encouraging the development, growth, and use of technology in all facets of the educational process. ENA exhibits at the ICE Conference each year.
Indiana State Partners
Hoosier Educational Computer Coordinators (HECC) is a member-driven organization that provides resources, networking, community, and a yearly technology conference to its members who are teachers and technology professionals in K-12 school systems. HECC aims to be a resource to these technology professionals and teachers who want to utilize technology in schools and the classroom. ENA is a sponsor of HECC and exhibits each year the annual conference.
The Indiana Association of Public School Superintendents (IAPSS) is a non-profit, professional association serving 425 members, including superintendents and other school administrators, professors of education, university students studying educational administration, and retired superintendents. IAPSS serves as an agent for the superintendency to help influence significant decisions pertaining to the education of all school children in the State of Indiana. ENA is proud to be a corporate partner of IAPSS.
The Indiana Association of School Business Officials (IASBO) is a professional organization that strives for the promotion and union of those individuals involved in school business affairs such as finance, accounting, purchasing, maintenance and operations, human resources, facilities and grounds, food service, technology, and transportation. IASBO currently has nearly 1,225 members representing over 95 percent of Indiana’s public school corporations. ENA is a Silver sponsor of IASBO and exhibits at the annual conference each year.
Serving the business community since 1922, the mission of the Indiana Chamber of Commerce is to cultivate a world-class environment which provides economic opportunity and prosperity for the people of Indiana and their enterprises. The mission has transformed to include substantial activities in economic development, small business advocacy, environmental review, and direct political action for legislative elections. ENA is an active member of the Indiana Chamber of Commerce.
The Indiana Computer Educators (ICE) is a nonprofit professional group whose mission is assisting educators to enhance learning through the use of technology. ICE is the state professional organization for 2,500 teachers, administrators, technology directors, and school technical staff. ICE focuses on using technology to improve learning for students. ICE is one of approximately 50 organizational affiliates (OAs) of the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE). ENA is proud to be a corporate partner of ICE.
The Indiana CTO Council is a collaborative group of technology directors, chief information officers, and other leaders in Indiana K–12 educational technology. The central Indiana CTO Council is dedicated to supporting and enhancing the professional growth of technology administrators and education leaders who use technology to improve teaching and learning. Recognized as a premiere state wide group, The Indiana CTO Council is the official Indiana state chapter for the Consortium of School Networking (CoSN). ENA is a gold sponsor of the Indiana CTO Council and exhibits at the annual conference each year.
The Indiana Library Federation (ILF) is one of the largest library associations in the United States and hosts the largest state library convention in the country. The mission of ILF is to foster the professional growth of its members and to promote all types of libraries in Indiana. The ILF offers a wide range of conferences, meetings, networking opportunities, webinars, and a mentoring program. ENA is an exhibitor at the annual ILF conference each year.
As the voice of over 1,683 Indiana school board members, ISBA represents community leaders who are entrusted with instructing and molding the K–12 population of the state. The mission: to assist local school boards in their respective governance roles through education, services, information and legislative advocacy, ensuring the opportunity for the highest quality public education for all children.
Mississippi State Partners
The Mississippi Education Computing Association (MECA) promotes the sharing and exchanging of ideas, techniques, materials, and procedures for all persons interested in technology in education, including instructional applications, administrative applications, and computer science education. ENA is an exhibitor at the MECA conference each year.
The Mississippi Educational Technology Leaders Association (METLA) is made up of members appointed by their Mississippi school superintendent. METLA provides its members the opportunity to discuss pertinent information, receive important updates, and network with peers. ENA is proud to be a corporate member of METLA.
The Mississippi Library Association’s (MLA) mission is to provide professional leadership for the development, promotion, and improvement of library and information services and the profession of librarianship in order to enhance learning and ensure access to information for all. ENA is an exhibitor at the MLA annual conference.
North Carolina State Partner
The North Carolina Educational Technicians (NCET) is a statewide conference that enables North Carolina’s educational technicians to brainstorm with their peers, review new technologies, receive hands on hardware support, and learn about new tech tools. ENA is an exhibitor at NCET each year.
Tennessee State Partners
American Public Education Foundation (APEF) partners with public school advocates from all walks of life – lawmakers, leaders, and ordinary Americans – to “keep the American Dream alive” for our nation’s K-12 students. They believe that high-quality public education is the pathway to a stronger America. APEF’s programs and services complement classroom-based teaching and learning, building “life skills” – civic engagement, character development and global citizenship – that empower students to thrive in today’s complex 21st century global economy. ENA is a proud sponsor of the American Public Education Foundation.
The Association of Independent and Municipal Schools (AIMS) is a nonprofit organization of public city and special school districts that was founded in 1992. Its purposes include promoting the development and improvement of municipal and special school districts in Tennessee, protecting the rights of those systems to maintain themselves, representing their interests in the General Assembly and other forums, fostering relationships among directors of schools, boards of education, and local government officials, and enhancing the leadership role of municipal and special district systems as “lighthouses for educational innovation and excellence.” ENA is a gold partner of the A.I.M.S. organization.
The Tennessee Association of School Business Officials (TASBO) was formed to unite school officers whose primary responsibilities are in business administration positions such as finance, purchase and supply, repairs and maintenance, school plant planning and construction, food service, and transportation. The organization aims to promulgate and establish the highest standards of ethics and efficiency in business methods and practices for schools, and to make these freely available to its members and the interested public. ENA is a proud sponsor of TASBO and participates in the annual conference each year.
The purpose of the Tennessee Association of School Librarians (TASL) organization is to encourage the professional growth and development of Tennessee school library media specialists; to promote cooperation among library media specialists, school administrators, classroom teachers and other persons interested in school library media programs; and to strengthen school library media service in Tennessee. ENA is an exhibitor at the annual conference each year.
Founded in 1967, TCTA serves as the trade association for the cable telecommunications industry in Tennessee. TCTA represents cable operators and cable programmers, as well as equipment suppliers and providers of other products to the cable industry, before the Tennessee General Assembly, the Tennessee Regulatory Authority, the Tennessee Congressional Delegation, and in local, state and federal legal and public relations matters. TCTA also monitors legislation on the local, state and national levels to keep members informed about current developments.
The Tennessee Chamber is the state chamber of commerce and the state manufacturers’ association. The Tennessee Chamber advocates in the state capitol on the behalf of businesses and provides access to knowledge and services. It strives to accomplish a healthy business climate in the state of Tennessee through a wide variety of efforts such as being involved in federal and state legislation and regulations, human resources, taxation, the environment, health care, and other issues that affect the state’s business community. ENA is an active member of the Tennessee Chamber of Commerce.
The Tennessee Educational Technology Association (TETA) provides a venue for the exchange of ideas, techniques, materials, and procedures for use in educational technology. The organization gives general recognition to the vital professional role played by educational technology coordinators and directors and to the high level of competence required for this role. One of TETA’s fundamental missions is encouraging the improvement of instruction through the effective use of technology as well as promoting, encouraging, and supporting the appropriate use of technology for the improvement of educational management. TETA is a State Chapter of CoSN. ENA is proud to be a diamond sponsor of TETA and an active participant in TETA events across the state.
Tennessee Intercollegiate State Legislature (TISL) is a forum for the top echelon of the state’s campus leaders to exchange ideas, express their opinions and learn how government works. Largely governed by students, the Tennessee Intercollegiate State Legislature conducts legislative, judicial and other participatory programs that let students experience realistic governing situations and voice their opinions on public affairs. TISL’s mission is to use state government as a model to educate and inspire Tennessee college students to the highest standards of leadership, public service, and civic engagement. ENA is a proud sponsor of TISL.
The purpose of the Tennessee Library Association (TLA) is to promote the establishment, maintenance and support of adequate library services for all people of the state of Tennessee; to cooperate with public and private agencies with related interests; and to support and further professional interests of the membership of the Association. TLA works with the Tennessee State Library and Archives to develop state-wide holdings databases, coordinated networks involving all types of libraries and information centers, and effective and efficient resource-sharing initiatives. ENA is a proud sponsor of TLA.
The TML is a voluntary, cooperative organization established by the cities and towns of the state for mutual assistance and improvement. The TML’s primary function is to lobby the Tennessee General Assembly on behalf of city governments. The staff includes a team of full-time, professional lobbyists who work with the General Assembly promoting legislation helpful to cities and opposing legislation harmful to cities.
The Tennessee Organization of School Superintendents (TOSS) is the leading advocate organization for public education in the state of Tennessee. TOSS addresses the needs of education in Tennessee based on advancement of public education; the interest of the superintendency; dissemination of information on general school matters; sound education legislation; agency cooperation; and the welfare of children and youth. ENA is a Platinum sponsor of TOSS.
The Tennessee Principal Association’s (TPA) mission is to serve as the primary advocate for its members’ personal and professional development. The organization’s main goals include raising the bar for principalships; expanding learning opportunities; and forming partnerships and collaborations with other groups. ENA is a proud sponsor of TPA.
The mission of the Tennessee School Boards Association (TSBA) is to assist school boards in effectively governing school districts. Through the years, TSBA has helped school boards and their members reach their highest potential through association programs, meetings, and services. TSBA also provides school board members a collective voice in matters of legislation and public education concerns. ENA is a TSBA Business Affiliate and participates in regional meetings and the TSBA annual conference each year.
The Tennessee Business Roundtable is a forum of strategic thinkers and business leaders who develop and seek to implement public policy that enhances a vibrant economic climate to optimize the quality of life and wellbeing for all Tennesseans. The association is a diverse business organization with membership representing manufacturing, construction, health care, financial, and other segments of business. ENA’s Director of Community and Government Relations, Dana Moore, serves on the board for the Tennessee Business Roundtable.
Vermont State Partners
The Vermont Information Technology Association for the Advancement of Learning (VITA-Learn) is a non-profit, charitable corporation whose mission is to promote and support the use of information technology to transform Vermont education through the provision of professional development, training, and networking opportunities. VITA-Learn hopes to engage Vermont educators in the discussion and interchange of ideas pertaining to the use of information technology at all levels and in all subject areas, and also to encourage cooperative study of the challenges of using information technology in education. ENA is an exhibitor at Vermont Fest each year.
The Vermont Superintendents Association (VSA) is a professional association of school superintendents, assistant superintendents, business managers, and affiliated education professionals The Association is responsible for assuming a leadership role in providing quality education in Vermont. The association is an affiliate of the American Association of School Administrators. ENA is a sponsor of VSA and exhibits at their conference in the spring and fall.
The Vermont School Board Association (VSBA) exists to achieve Vermont’s vision for public education by supporting local boards to serve as effective trustees for education on behalf of their communities and by providing a strong collective voice toward enhancing the cause of public education in Vermont. ENA is an exhibitor at VSA/VSBA each year.
The New England Association of School Superintendents (NEASS) is a unifying association composed of school administrators from each of the six state superintendents’ associations. It is the only regional group of school superintendents in the United States. Each state association elects two members to serve as directors, and the presidency rotates from state to state. The Association was founded 1869.