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Ed-Tech Policy From Our Research Center Schools Are Taking Too Long to Craft AI Policy. Why That's a Problem
Nearly 8 of every 10 educators say their districts don’t have clear AI policies, according to an EdWeek Research Center survey.
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A person sits at a computer and tries to figure out a cloud of AI Policy Confusion
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Reading & Literacy From Our Research Center Reading Comprehension Challenges and Opportunities, in Charts
Learn where students struggle, what types of materials educators use, and their perceptions of students' stamina and pleasure reading.
6 min read
Sixth-grade students use their Chromebooks for an exercise during class with their teacher Jen Howe at Portage West Middle School in Portage, Mich., on Nov. 29, 2023.
Sixth-grade students use their Chromebooks for an exercise during class with their teacher Jen Howe at Portage West Middle School in Portage, Mich., on Nov. 29, 2023.
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Classroom Technology From Our Research Center Most Teachers Are Not Using AI. Here’s Why
All the hype around AI in education is not translating into the technology transforming instruction.
3 min read
Illustration of a female teacher juggling many tasks in front of blackboard, while an A.I. Bot looks from distance.
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