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Districts Often Out of Touch With Teachers' Biggest Tech Needs, Survey Finds

A recent report from Common Sense Media reveals that teachers don't feel they have the right tech for their classrooms. (December 0, )

What Should K-12 Students Know About Artificial Intelligence? New Standards Are in the Works

A new initiative aims to set guidelines for what students should know about the fast-evolving technology. (December 0, )

Can Artificial Intelligence Predict Student Engagement? Researchers Investigate

Researchers at the University of Montreal are partnering with an education technology company to see if artificial intelligence can predict student engagement. (December 0, )

Racial Diversity of Online Charters Varies Widely By State, Study Finds

With statewide enrollments, full-time online charters could upend public education's pattern of racial segregation. But would that be a good thing? (December 0, )

Rural Broadband Gets Big New Aid

Rural communities with low internet connection could soon see upgrades, thanks to a new Department of Agriculture grant program. (December 0, )

Why High-Achievers Moved to 'Shop' Class

Higher-achieving students are flocking to career-technical-education classes, a new study says, and their participation could help erase the stigma that has long dogged old-school “voc ed” classes. (December 0, )

Q&A: How to Bolster Cybersecurity in Your Schools

Melissa Tebbenkamp, the director of instructional technology for the Raytown Quality Schools near Kansas City, says her district's biggest cybersecurity risk is "ourselves." She outlines what it takes to teach educators how to help protect schools and districts against cyberattacks. (December 0, )

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Technology Counts 2018: National Survey: What Do Principals Believe?

(April 17, 2018)

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Money Is Flowing to Social-Emotional Learning: Allstate Foundation Dedicates $45 Million

The foundation, which plans to support programs in public and private schools, said it expects to reach 25 percent of the nation's youth with its SEL offerings by 2022. (December 0, )

School-to-Work Issues Are Surging in State Legislatures

In 2018, states introduced 165 bills on workforce development in education, and 27 proposals made it into law, according to the Education Commission of the States. (December 0, )

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