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Saturn is billed as a time-management app, but experts see potential privacy concerns in allowing it broad access to students' schedules.
Privacy & Security Nonprofit Uses Halloween Run-Up to Showcase 'Scary' Privacy Issues in Learning Apps
Selling data for targeted advertising, sharing it with third party vendors, and vague data privacy policies raise concerns, nonprofit says.
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Privacy & Security Districts, Take Note: Privacy Is Rare in Apps Used in Schools
Not protecting students' data privacy can cause real-world harms.
Student Achievement Opinion How Do We Measure Student Engagement? A School Created Its Own App to Find Out
The school-created app enables students to share their feedback on lessons and teachers to find out what students are saying.
Classroom Technology Students and Parents Are Bullish on AI's Potential for Education
Students are much more likely to have used ChatGPT than their parents, new survey finds.
Classroom Technology What the Research Says What We’ve Learned About Technology and Learning in the Last 3 Years
See the lessons learned from a roundup of some of the most interesting research on tech use in schools.
Future of Work ChatGPT Is All the Rage. But Teens Have Qualms About AI
More than 90 percent of teenagers said they would like to learn more about artificial intelligence in their high school classes.
Classroom Technology What Do Teachers Think of ChatGPT? You Might Be Surprised
A new survey finds that many teachers have a positive view of the AI technology and they’re using it more often than their students are.