The Future of Work Is Uncertain, Schools Should Worry Now

The rapidly evolving nature of the workplace has schools struggling to prepare students for jobs that might not exist yet. (September 26, 2017)

10 Disruptions That Will Revolutionize Education

Artificial intelligence, learning avatars, and other innovations will be game-changers for education in the coming years, writes researcher Peter W. Cookson Jr. (October 10, 2017)

How 'Intelligent' Tutors Could Transform Teaching

Robots won't put teachers out of a job soon, but tutoring systems powered by artificial intelligence might well change classroom practice. (September 26, 2017)

Google Announces Job-Training Program, Grants Aimed at Future of Work

The online-services giant will give $1 billion to nonprofits working in education and job training, as well as offer technical training and certificates. (December 0, )

Teenagers' Friendships Online Provide Emotional Support, Study Finds

Talking with friends online provides the same kind of support and validation for teenagers as interacting face-to-face, according to a new study. (December 0, )

Young Children's Use of Mobile Tech Has Tripled, Survey Finds

Instead of watching TV or DVDs, or playing video games in front of a console, kids are increasingly turning to mobile devices for entertainment. (December 0, )

Schools and the Future of Work: 10 Research Reports You Need to See

Education Week curated 10 key studies to help K-12 educators and policymakers make sense of the debate over how technology will reshape the future of work. (December 0, )

Special Report

Technology Counts 2017: Classroom Tech: Where Schools Stand

(June 12, 2017)

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Inside the Data: Parent Notifications Have Become the Norm in K-12 Market

More than 60 percent of parents of K-12 students report getting notes or e-mails about their students, newly released federal data show. (May 19, 2017)

As Demand for Digital Materials Rises, States Adjust Policies

The State Educational Technology Directors Association profiles four states’ policies for acquiring digital instructional materials. (May 17, 2017)

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How might we create the ideal conditions for professional learning and promote conversations about deeper learning and systemic change? (10/13 12:25 pm)
Before citing research or editorials as a rationale to ban technology, we need to question the underlying assumptions that the authors make about student learning. (10/02 05:30 pm)
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