Artificial intelligence is useful for a specific class of problems. These questions can help pinpoint whether it’s the right technology for a particular problem.
School districts are using algorithms to analyze student data, but those metrics must be usable for educators to impact student learning.
Education leaders at the ASU+GSV conference this year described being awash in data, but unable to pull relevant insights from what they collect.
When an ed-tech titan starts giving away valuable tools for free, startups might think about the adage, “If you can’t beat them, join them.”
The rise of artificial intelligence and its application to education means educators and startups needs to rethink how it can be applied in the classroom.
What to do when you’re sure people will love your startup product, but they just haven’t realized it yet.
A fresh eye in solving problems is essential for entrepreneurs, but valuing experience is also important.
Districts often focus on the need for a data dashboard, but many other factors should be considered when building an effective data system.
Some districts make the mistake of relying on a data portal in their student information system to do all the work for them.
A new initiative from Angela Duckworth-founded Character Lab aims at using science and research to help students achieve their goals.