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Artificial Intelligence Is Attracting Investors, Inventors, and Academic Researchers Worldwide Artificial Intelligence Is Attracting Investors, Inventors, and Academic Researchers Worldwide
A growing interest in artificial intelligence in the United States and internationally is outlined in a new report and seems likely to influence education in the future. Read more.
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Are State Student-Data-Privacy Laws Changing Companies’ Behavior? Are State Student-Data-Privacy Laws Changing Companies’ Behavior?
States have approved a wave of K-12 data privacy laws over the past few years, but few of those policies outline specific penalties for companies. Preview this article on EdWeek Market Brief.
India Learning Company BYJU’s Takes in $540M in Funding, Eyes U.S. Education Market
BYJU’s CEO Byju Raveendran said the company will be making its first-ever attempts to bring its tech-delivered product to the United States and Britain. Read this free article on EdWeek Market Brief.

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In Judging Instructional Products, Educators Have This Message: Show Us Your Evidence
Evidence of effectiveness is by far educators’ number 1 priority when it comes to the instructional products marketed to their districts and schools, new survey shows. Preview this article on EdWeek Market Brief.
On 'Teachers Pay Teachers,' Some Sellers Are Profiting From Stolen Work
In interviews with Education Week, some teachers said they’ve seen lesson plans they created being sold by other people on Teachers Pay Teachers, and that the company isn’t going far enough to stop copyright infringement. Read more.
It’s Been a Good Year for K-12 Budgets: 38 States Have Boosted Spending
States increased overall spending on K-12 education by $10.9 billion in fiscal 2019, according to the National Association of State Budget Officers. Read this free article on EdWeek Market Brief.
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Assessment Company ACT, Touting Broader Mission, Acquires Knovation
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Brazil’s Private Education Market Poised to Take Leap and Attract Investors, Says Report
Chief Academic Officer Puts High Value on Data, Engagement, and Ease of Use in Digital Tools
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