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Classroom Technology Monitoring or Blocking What Students Do Online Poses All Kinds of Problems
Schools need to do a better job examining the downsides of monitoring students online behavior and blocking internet content, says a report.
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Privacy & Security Cybersecurity Is the Top Priority for Ed-Tech Officials. Funding Doesn’t Match the Demand
There is a growing gap between the rising threat of cyberattacks and the lack of state resources to protect schools from those attacks.
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Classroom Technology Are Teachers Finding the Right Balance of Tech in Math Class? What They Think, in Charts
Educators weigh in on whether there is too much, too little, or just the right amount of tech use in math classes.
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Classroom Technology Students Get Hundreds of Notifications on Their Phones Every Day. Even at School
Nearly a quarter of the cellphone notifications students receive each day come during school hours, new report shows.
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IT Infrastructure & Management Schools Get Relief on Chromebook Replacements. Google Extends Device Support to 10 Years
Schools have typically had to replace Chromebooks every three to five years.
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Classroom Technology Opinion Skip the AI Hype: What Can Educators Do With It?
Artificial intelligence can provide practical assistance in the classroom, in the front office, and at home.
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EdWeek Market Brief

Purchasing Alert Georgia District to Buy Chromebooks; Miss. System Seeks SEL Program
A Georgia district is looking for Chromebooks for students, while a Mississippi school system seeks an SEL program.
Emma Kate Fittes
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Market Trends End of the Line: How to Know When it’s Time to Sunset an Education Product
Company officials talk about when it's time to end a product, what metrics they should use to make the decision, and when to consider alternatives.
Alexandria Ng
10 min read
K-12 Insider How One State Is Managing the Continued Rise of Ed Tech in its K-12 Schools
A top ed-tech adviser to Connecticut's school districts sees untapped potential in AI and the potential trimming of products in the next year.
David Saleh Rauf
10 min read
Purchasing Alert Illinois District Looks for Digital Learning Tools; N.Y. System Needs Student, Family Support Programs
An Illinois district is looking for digital learning tools, while a New York shool system seeks supplemental student and family support programs.
Michelle Caffrey
2 min read

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