Education news, analysis, and opinion about the policies around and use of educational technology
Classroom Technology Crafting a School Policy on AI? Here’s What Experts Recommend
AI is developing so rapidly that many educators fear district policies to handle the technology will quickly become outdated.
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Privacy & Security Saturn Is a New App for High Schoolers. Here’s Why It Has Educators Concerned
Saturn is billed as a time-management app, but experts see potential privacy concerns in allowing it broad access to students' schedules.
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Classroom Technology Thinking About 'Gamifying' Your Classroom? Teachers Use These Tools
Quiz-style apps, such as Blooket and Quizizz, were the most mentioned.
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The Turtle Beach Recon Controller for Xbox combines powerful Turtle Beach audio with game winning controls.
Many educators are turning to games to engage their students.
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Future of Work Opinion 5 Lessons I’ve Learned From Using AI
Many educators may be nervous to use AI, but the reality is they are most likely using it already.
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Classroom Technology Q&A This School Leader Believes AI Could Transform Education for Students With Dyslexia
AI could revolutionize how people with dyslexia navigate K-12 schools, said a school leader who works with children with the condition.
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Elementary age boy using computer.
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Ed-Tech Policy Should More Schools Ban Cellphones? It's a Question U.S. Lawmakers Want Answered
A bipartisan push to study the impacts on student mental health and academics comes as more schools restrict their use.
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EdWeek Market Brief

Analyst's View What’s Missing From ‘Science of Reading’-Focused Products
A K-5 literacy expert discusses common mistakes vendors make when it comes to 'science of reading' products, and what's missing from the industry.
Emma Kate Fittes
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Purchasing Alert Virginia District Looks for College and Career Readiness Solutions; Utah System Seeks ELA Curriculum
A district in Virginia is looking for information on college and career readiness solutions, while a New Mexico school system seeks professional development.
Michelle Caffrey
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Purchasing Alert New Mexico District Shops PD For Principals; N.C. System Needs New Science Exams
A district in New Mexico is looking for summer PD for principals; while a North Carolina school system seeks new final exams for science courses.
Emma Kate Fittes
3 min read
Market Trends What the Language of Outcomes-Based Contracts Looks Like
EdWeek Market Brief offers examples of school districts' agreements with vendors to tie their pay to performance metrics.
David Saleh Rauf
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