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Classroom Technology How Schools Can Harness AI for Learning: Advice From the Khan Academy
The chief learning officer for the Khan Academy outlines how schools can use AI in smart, ethical ways.
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Future of Work Opinion How Will AI Automation Affect Career and Technical Education?
It’s always been important to get education right for all students, but the arrival of ChatGPT means it’s now more important than ever.
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Classroom Technology Can AI Tutor Students? Why It’s Unlikely to Take Over the Job Entirely
Tutoring hinges on a strong, sustained relationship. AI bots don't possess that level of empathy or continuity yet.
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Vector illustration of a robot teacher and students. Robot teacher is standing on a cellphone with a chat bubble above its head a math equations and graphs projected in the air behind him.
Classroom Technology Opinion AI Isn't Going Anywhere. Ideas for How Educators Can Make It Work for Them
The inevitability of AI requires that we teach students how to use it responsibly. If we don't, we all lose.
8 min read
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Classroom Technology What ChatGPT Could Mean for Tutoring
AI tools could help personalize tutoring plans, analyze coaching sessions, and potentially even take over as tutor. But is that a good idea?
9 min read
Illustration of an AI chatbot assist on the face of a cellphone tutoring a kid student doing homework with subject matter icons floating all around him.
Classroom Technology Letter to the Editor ChatGPT and AI Are Reshaping Education
If students are using artificial intelligence to cheat, educators should take issue with the assignments, not AI, says this letter.
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EdWeek Market Brief

Marketplace K-12 K-12 Dealmaking: Substitute Teaching Startup Secures $38M; Amplify Raises Undisclosed Series C
Swing Education's funding round comes as schools have been relying heavily on substitutes to help fill open teaching positions.
Michelle Caffrey
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Analyst's View International Private Schools: Growth, Change, and Pressing Needs
There are more than 13,000 of the schools globally, and they have a growing need for high-quality teachers and social-emotional learning.
David Saleh Rauf
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Purchasing Alert N.C. District Looking for ERP Implementation; Calif. School System Needs Mentoring Services
A school system in North Carolina is looking for ERP implementation services, while a California district seeks supplemental mentoring.
Michelle Caffrey
2 min read
Market Trends Texas Is Overhauling Its Curriculum Adoption Process. Here’s What It Means for Ed. Companies
Legislation headed to Gov. Greg Abbott's desk creates new incentives for districts to buy state-approved materials.
David Saleh Rauf
11 min read

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