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.
The Newark school district in New Jersey is actively experimenting with artificial intelligence, and thinking about how ed-tech companies can help.
An author and school leader talks about fostering an inclusive culture in his school, how ed-tech companies can support that work, and AI’s impact.
A top tech official in the San Antonio Independent School Districts talks about how different teams collaborate on important policy and buying decisions.
Company leaders should consider AI not only for their products and services, but also internal workflows and processes, says a Duke University official who studies the technology.
South Carolina has given all of the state’s school districts access to a consortium meant to create uniform ed-tech standards, including for protecting student data.
The deputy superintendent of the San Antonio ISD talks about why her district and others are setting new performance metrics in tutoring and other areas.
Diana Greene, the chief of the 130,000-student Duval County, Fla., schools, expects vendors to produce data that is clear and predictive of student performance.
Tulsa Superintendent Deborah Gist talks about the support teachers need, and observations from having recently returned to teach because of staffing shortages.
The vast majority of the nation’s school districts are small, and they come with unique needs that K-12 vendors should understand.