At the ISTE conference, educators and advocates identified effective professional development as critical to making sure classroom tech is used widely, and fairly.
The longtime education organization ETS is joining an federally-funded effort to research and develop new artificial intelligence technologies
Eleven countries — though not the U.S. — have officially endorsed and implemented a K–12 AI curriculum, a new report finds.
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.
The dean of Arizona State University’s teacher college talks about a new model for instructional being taken up by districts, and how ed-tech providers can support classrooms.
A researcher for the Joan Ganz Cooney Center breaks down the opportunities — and risks — for school districts in adopting immersive technologies.
Digital instruction and assessment has grown over 20 percent during the pandemic, and the market is expected to climb over the next few years.
The keys to making a 1-to-1 program work go well beyond simply managing the devices, says Dewayne McClary, director of Digital Promise’s League of Innovative Schools.
Businesses are rebranding products and bracing for impacts of a new regulation in China that severely clamps down on all for-profit tutoring in the country.
Congresswoman Lori Trahan of Massachusetts is collecting input on a sweeping K-12 data protection draft bill that would significantly impact how ed companies treat student information.