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Data A New Digital Divide? Low-Income Students See More Ads in the Tech Their Schools Use
Students from the lowest-income families are the most likely to attend schools that do not systematically vet their education technology.
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Classroom Technology New York City Schools Went Online Instead of Calling a Snow Day. It Didn't Go Well
The nation's largest school system attempted remote learning again since the pandemic, but got it interrupted by technical difficulties.
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Classroom Technology From Our Research Center Schools Are Taking Too Long to Craft AI Policy. Why That's a Problem
Nearly 8 of every 10 educators say their districts don’t have clear AI policies, according to an EdWeek Research Center survey.
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A person sits at a computer and tries to figure out a cloud of AI Policy Confusion
Kathleen Fu for Education Week
Classroom Technology What Is Age-Appropriate Use of AI? 4 Developmental Stages to Know About
Child development experts and teachers offer advice on when K-12 students should start using AI-powered tech and for what purposes.
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Elementary, Middle, and High-school age children interact with a giant artificial intelligence brain.
Kathleen Fu for Education Week
Classroom Technology 8 Tips for Schools to Avoid Chaos in the Age of AI
Most district leaders are in the beginning stages of figuring out how to integrate AI into K-12 education.
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A group of researchers studies elements impacted by artificial intelligence
Kathleen Fu for Education Week
Classroom Technology Q&A Need an AI Policy for Your Schools? This District Used ChatGPT to Craft One
The Peninsula School District in Washington state was one of the first school systems in the country to craft AI policy guidance.
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a person and a robot study a cylinder filled with AI elements
Kathleen Fu for Education Week

EdWeek Market Brief

Marketplace K-12 Character Lab, the Nonprofit Co-Founded by Angela Duckworth, Is Closing Shop
The nonprofit's directors said they concluded the organization was "not sustainable long-term."
Michelle Caffrey
4 min read
Market Trends Hiring in Ed Tech: How Companies Try to Lock in the Right Candidates
Today’s hiring process has shifted because of new dynamics in play among employers and job candidates.
Alexandria Ng
10 min read
Analyst's View How Can Education Companies Live Up to the Next Generation Science Standards?
An academic researcher who works with aspiring teachers sees a rising demand for science and AI products that connect with the interests and anxieties of students.
Michelle Caffrey
9 min read
Marketplace K-12 As Schools Cope With a Cybersecurity ‘Wild West,’ Advocates Roll Out Guidelines for Vendors
Public and private organizations have set cybersecurity guidelines for ed-tech companies, in an effort to shift some of burden for policing away from districts.
Michelle Caffrey
8 min read

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