Instructional technology

4 ways to sustain your 1-to-1 program beyond ESSER

K-12 IT leaders have spoken in a new Incident IQ survey: 73% said that maintaining device access is one of their top goals for the year and a resounding 87% stated that sustaining 1-to-1 initiatives at their current levels is a top priority for 2024.

6 ways a tech-driven approach will boost literacy rates

In education, we talk a lot about achievement gaps, but especially since COVID we’ve also seen instructional gaps—and literacy has been impacted.

3 ways edtech and administrators can strengthen outcomes together

By moving away from the standard, transactional relationship toward a mutually beneficial partnership, vendors can become the dedicated allies today’s administrators and students need for greater academic outcomes.

Striking a balance: Rethinking K5 in the digital age

Successfully navigating the blend of on- and offline pedagogies is no easy feat—especially in earlier grades where inclusive, joyful learning is essential and positively associated with academic achievement.

Teaching with AI: How quickly are we transforming K12?

On National AI Literacy Day, a new survey shows that AI may well transform education but fewer than one in five teachers have used the latest technology in the classroom.

AI is now helping students write millions of K12 and college papers

Few K12 and college students are using artificial intelligence to write entire papers—but many of them are using the rapidly advancing technology, data from a leading AI detector tools shows.

Talking Out Of School’ Podcast: How LAUSD gave every student a powerful AI buddy

"It's your best friend, your concierge, your personal assistant, your buddy," Superintendent Alberto Carvalho says of "Ed," the district's AI platform. "Ed is transforming a school district of 540,000 students into 540,000 schools of one for everyone."

AI concerns grow even as more teachers adopt the technology

After last school year's struggles with AI, district leaders are supporting teachers more robustly with policies and resources. Still, more students are getting in trouble for misusing the technology.

Not enough Black students are being exposed to STEM careers

A substantial number of Black students have the aptitude but not the access to in-demand STEM and CTE fields. This exposure gap is even wider for Black girls, a new report warns.

AI focus is shifting from cheating to better learning

Educators will have to take the lead on setting strategy as state guidance on artificial intelligence's use in education remains "ambiguous and underdeveloped," a new analysis says

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