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Education news, analysis, and opinion about the policies around and use of educational technology
Classroom Technology Opinion No, AI Detection Won’t Solve Cheating
Want to address concerns about student ChatGPT use? Here are five steps to take instead of turning to unreliable detection tools.
Kip Glazer
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Classroom Technology 15 Reasons Teachers Say Social Media Isn't All Bad for Students
Many educators do see some positive impact from social media. For instance, the apps and platforms enable informal learning.
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Privacy & Security What Schools Need to Know About These Federal Data-Privacy Bills
Congress is considering at least three data-privacy bills that could have big implications for schools.
5 min read
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Classroom Technology Why Teachers Should Stop Calling AI's Mistakes 'Hallucinations'
Researchers who think about how to talk about AI recommend using another name for errors—such as "mistakes."
1 min read
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Classroom Technology See Which Types of Teachers Are the Early Adopters of AI
Most still aren't using AI in instruction, study shows.
4 min read
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Classroom Technology Don't Make This Mistake When It Comes to Teaching AI Literacy
Teachers can provide the lessons without AI-powered tools.
2 min read

EdWeek Market Brief

K-12 Insider Inside One District’s Effort to Bring Reliable Internet to Disconnected Students
The networks director of the Killeen, Texas, school system talks about how the district has worked with telecoms to make remote learning possible.
10 min read
Marketplace K-12 K-12 Dealmaking: Weld North Completes Major Digital Core Curriculum Acquisition
The digital education company Weld North continued its run of major acquisitions, announcing a deal to snap up BookheadEd Learning.
7 min read
Purchasing Alert Georgia District Looks for Learning Management System; Louisiana District Buying School Supplies
The Forsyth County School System in Georgia is interested in potentially buying a learning management system, while the Bryan Independent School District in Texas is looking for art supplies.
2 min read
Marketplace K-12 Biden Executive Order Could Shed Light on District Needs During COVID
Companies could benefit from a recent executive order by President Joe Biden calling for the U.S. Department of Education to collect COVID-19-related data from states and school districts.
4 min read

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