A number of tools meant to expose student work produced by artificial intelligence tools have come onto the market.
One of California’s largest districts is seeking information from vendors related to a curriculum and PD project; a Texas district wants help analyzing demographics.
At SXSW EDU, investors and philanthropic funders said more research needs to be done to develop effective data-literacy products in elementary students.
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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 nation’s second-largest school district is investigating a cyberattack that compromised the personal information of an undisclosed number of contractors.
Instructure is acquiring a company known for helping school districts analyze their usage of ed-tech products.
The consumer protection agency accused the video game company of misleading students into making purchases without their parents’ consent.
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A district in Texas is looking for an inventory management program, while a Georgia school system seeks a student information system.
In response to the consumer protection agency’s announcement, Chegg said it has cooperated with the government and will comply fully with its orders to revamp its data security efforts.