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7 Artificial Intelligence Trends That Could Reshape Education in 2024

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This article was written by Edward Montalvo on December 12, 2023 and published by The 74 Million.   The future of education has never looked more creative and promising. Since making its public debut last year, ChatGPT has profoundly impacted my perspective on generative AI in education. As a writer and former high school English […]

Report Finds that 90% of Educators See AI as a Beacon for More Accessible Education

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This article was written by Imagine Learning on October 25, 2023 and published by PRNewsWire.com.   Imagine Learning, the largest provider of digital curriculum solutions in the U.S., serving 15 million students in more than half the school districts nationwide, today released its inaugural report, “The 2023 Educator AI Report: Perceptions, Practices, and Potential,” showcasing […]

Proposed Changes to Federal Privacy Rules May Impact Edtech

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This article was written by David DeSchryver on January 11, 2024 and published through Whiteboard Advisors.     On January 11, the U.S. Federal Trade Commission published a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking, marking a significant step in updating its Children’s Online Privacy Protection (COPPA) Rule, which has not seen changes since 2013. This proposal comes after years […]

This artcile was written by Olivia Schickel on January 11, 2024 and published by Illinois State University’s Redbird Scholar.       This publication has been written using person-first language in compliance with the desires of Illinois State University’s students and adults with intellectual disability. We recognize that language use in the disabled community is […]

This article was written by Mike Krings on Tuesday January 9, 2024 and published by Kanas University News.   LAWRENCE — Over a decade of research has shown that when students, especially those with disabilities, are given ownership and determination of their own education and life goals, they have better educational outcomes. Two new books […]

Helping Students Check for Bias in AI Outputs

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This article was written by Michael McDowell on December 20, 2023 and published by Edutopia. I asked ChatGPT the following question: Given the scale and speed at which Mount Rushmore was created, why has the Crazy Horse monument not been completed? ChatGPT shared, “The historical significance of Mt. Rushmore was a contributing factor of its development.” This […]

This article was written by John Fenserwald on December 21, 2023 and published by EdSource.   Initial findings from a study of a closely watched Oakland Unified program that recruits parents and neighbors as tutors show intriguing potential for other low-income school districts struggling to teach kids to read. By training recruits in phonics and […]

School-Within-a-School Uses PBL to Help Students Make a Big Move

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This article was written by Matt Zalaznick on January 4, 2024 and published by District Aministration.    Superintendents and principals have long puzzled over how to smooth big K12 transitions, such as the leap from elementary to middle school. Michigan’s Orchard View Middle School has answered the question with a bold experiment: a school-within-a-school, powered […]

This is a Press Release from the U.S. Department of Education.  As part of the Biden-Harris Administration’s ongoing work to address academic recovery, including supporting student success in math and reading, the U.S. Department of Education (Department) today announced $277 million in new grant awards to advance educational equity and innovation through the Education Innovation and Research (EIR) […]

Developing Mobile Apps with a Focus on Accessibility and Inclusivity

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This article was written by Danielle Trigg on January 3, 2024 and published by Feast.  Developing mobile apps with a focus on accessibility and inclusivity is crucial in today’s diverse and technologically evolving world. This article aims to provide comprehensive insights into this vital aspect of app development. Understanding Accessibility and Inclusivity Accessibility in mobile […]