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Education news, analysis, and opinion about the policies around and use of educational technology
Classroom Technology AI Features Are Coming to iPhones and Macs. What It Means for Schools
AI writing assistants and a calculator that can solve complex equations are some of the features that could have implications for teachers.
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IT Infrastructure & Management FCC Pilot Program to Help Schools Fight 'Real and Growing' Cyberattacks
School districts and libraries can soon seek new federal grants to protect against the cyberattacks.
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Data What the Research Says What Schools Can Learn From a Global Assessment on Creative Thinking
Not all creativity is the same for student achievement, the latest Program for International Student Assessment data show.
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Photo of high school girls working on building project in class.
Globally, 15-year-old girls outpaced their male peers in a new international test of creative thinking.
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Classroom Technology Which Teachers Are More Likely to Use AI Chatbots?
A growing number of teachers are using AI-powered chatbots for work, but there’s a gap opening up among younger and older teachers.
3 min read
Illustration of woman using AI.
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Ed-Tech Policy What Happened When This District Did an About-Face on Cellphones
Cellphones and other technologies have altered parents’ expectations about how on-demand kids and teachers should be.
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A student takes notes on their cell phone during class at Bel Air High School in Bel Air, Md., on Jan. 25, 2024.
Schools across the country are struggling with whether to allow students to use cellphones in class.
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Classroom Technology 4 Things to Know About AI's 'Murky' Ethics
Teachers and high school students see plenty of ethical gray areas and potential for long-term problems with AI.
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Highway directional sign for AI Artificial Intelligence
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ҹѰ Market Brief

The drying up of federal funding and an oversaturation in some segments of the K-12 space is fueling a run of mergers and acquisitions.
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ISTE CEO Richard Culatta sees rising expectations being put on vendors to prove their products' value to school districts.
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ҹѰ Market Brief's analysis looks at projected district spending on core and supplemental curriculum, PD, assessment, and more.
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A Texas school system has put out an RFP for special education services, and a California district is purchasing an adaptive assessment system.
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