About the Educational Technology Network

The Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) and the nine Educational Service Districts (ESDs), unified as the Association of Educational Service Districts (AESD or ESD Network) were chartered in House Bill 1365 to support increased educational technology (Ed Tech) services described in the bill as digital equity and support across the state by creating a shared vision to:

Accelerate student access

to learning devices and related goods and services

Expand professional learning programs

and technical assistance on using technology to support student learning

Build the capacity of schools and districts

to support digital navigation services for students and their families, especially for our underserved populations

About AESD

Washington’s nine Educational Service Districts, through the Association of Educational Service Districts (AESD), are an aligned and equitable system of support  for educators and district/school leaders across the state. The AESD collaborates with OSPI and other state, regional, and local organizations to design and deliver high-quality programs and professional learning. Our network serves school districts, state tribal education compact schools, public charter schools, and private schools.

Association of Educational Service Districts