Affiliate Members

SETDA Affiliate Members

Affiliate Members

SETDA’s charge is to serve, support and represent the interests and needs of state education agency leaders with respect to the use of technology for teaching, learning, and school operations. There are many high-caliber, non-profit education organizations with similar priorities. It can be advantageous for SETDA to establish and engage in strategic partnerships with those organizations and bolster our efforts to advance education through technology policy and practice. Therefore in 2016, SETDA launched an Affiliate program to establish strategic partnerships with organizations that can extend our reach, influence and impact.

SETDA offers four different Affiliate categories:

  • Statewide, regional (multi-state), non-profit membership organizations Affiliates that serve public K-12 education.
  • District Affiliates are school districts where innovative use of technology has enhanced the teaching and learning in a positive way.
  • Higher Education Affiliates are institutions of higher education or colleges of education that support the preparation of teachers to serve K-12 education.
  • International Affiliates are regional, provincial, or national non-profit membership organizations that serve public K-12 education.

Affiliate Member Benefits

Meaningful professional learning and networking
Participation in committees and collaboratives
Federal updates on critical education issues
Opportunities to offer thoughts on funding, access, and other education issues
Access to national experts in the public and private sectors
Research and best practices on edtech
Invitations to SETDA-hosted events, Emerging Trends Forum, Advocacy and Policy Fly-In Day, and socials at FETC, CoSN, and ISTE conferences
SETDA Monday Morning Memo newsbrief

Current Affiliates

For information on how your organization can join the Affiliate Program, please contact Tera Daniels, Director of Operations, at [email protected] or 202-715-6636 x701.


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