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Education Tech

A taxonomy for using AI in education

June 18, 2024

Via: eCampus News

As generative AI continues to advance, its potential applications in education grow increasingly varied and complex. Educators and institutions are grappling with how best to integrate these tools into the learning environment while balancing innovation with ethical considerations, assessment concerns, […]


Economics&Strategies, Education Economics

Six tips for districts to avoid the next funding cliff

June 3, 2024

Via: eSchool News

This is a tough summer of budget cuts, forcing many districts to reduce staff and cut back on purchases. For school and district technology leaders, the end of the school year also means the end of billions of dollars of […]


Education Tech

5 key recommendations for AI in education

May 23, 2024

Via: eSchool News

It’s impossible to avoid news about AI today, and it seems all industries and sectors are abuzz with how AI will impact operations. Education is no different, with many educators worried about students using AI to cheat, while others champion […]


Economics&Strategies, Education Economics

Why Education Increases Voting

May 14, 2024

Via: Education Next

Americans with more education vote at higher rates. In the 2020 presidential election, 77 percent of eligible voters who had attended or graduated from college and 90 percent with post-graduate studies cast a ballot compared to 54 percent of voters […]


Education Tech

A purposeful approach to tech integration

May 9, 2024

Via: eSchool News

Technology and education go hand-in-hand nowadays, which means it’s more important than ever before to ensure tech is used purposefully within the classroom. With students and educators each accessing 40+ tech tools each year, there’s a real risk of getting […]


Economics&Strategies, Education Strategies

4 ways to encourage play in education

April 25, 2024

Via: eSchool News

As a longtime educator, I’ve witnessed firsthand the incredible benefits that play can have in a K–8 classroom. Unstructured play is how students learn to interact with the world around them. It’s what allows them to master social skills and […]


Economics&Strategies, Education Economics

Report: Biden’s New Debt Relief Plan Estimated to Cost $84 Billion

April 12, 2024

Via: Inside Higher Ed

President Biden’s new plan to forgive some or all student loans for 26 million Americans would cost about $84 billion over 10 years, according to economists at the Penn Wharton Budget Model, a nonpartisan research organization at the Wharton School […]


Education Tech

Crafting ethical AI landscapes in K-12 education

April 2, 2024

Via: eSchool News

The summer of 2023 brought with it a declaration from our Executive Director of Technology that it would be the Summer of AI. As a digital learning team, we were assigned the responsibility of exploring the full spectrum of AI […]


Educational Stages, Higher Education

Many Students Don’t Inform Their Colleges About Their Disability. That Needs to Change.

March 1, 2024

Via: Ed Surge

In summer 2012, my life changed. I was a 20-year-old college student with a bright future. I was fearless and ready to take the world by storm. All of my hopes and dreams came crashing down when I began experiencing […]


Education Tech

Friday 5: K-12 computer science trends

March 1, 2024

Via: eSchool News

K-12 computer science is essential, not just for students who may pursue computer science or STEM fields in college or the workforce. Computer science principles give students critical computational thinking skills that will serve them in any career field or […]


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Ohio Colleges Reassess ‘Race-Based’ Scholarships

February 29, 2024

Via: Inside Higher Ed

Ohio University announced Monday that it was “temporarily pausing” race-based diversity scholarships in light of last summer’s Supreme Court ruling striking down affirmative action, according to a statement from the university. “We are temporarily pausing the awarding of impacted scholarships, […]


News

Will Students Benefit From Facial Recognition? No.

February 29, 2024

Via: Inside Higher Ed

The headline of the lead article in the Feb. 27, 2024, edition of Inside Higher Ed says, “Facial Recognition Heads to Class. Will Students Benefit?” I have an answer to the question posed at the end: no. No, facial recognition […]


News

Navigating cultural diversity in American education

February 28, 2024

Via: eSchool News

The tapestry of America’s history is arguably woven with threads of multiculturalism, reflecting a nation that has embraced diversity since its inception. In many ways, the history of multicultural education runs parallel with the history of the United States, because […]


Educational Stages, Secondary Education

K-12 learning loss could create headaches for colleges

February 28, 2024

Via: K-12 Dive

Declining student populations have plagued the higher ed sector in recent years, and college enrollment has yet to recover to pre-pandemic levels. At the same time, colleges are preparing for an expected dropoff in high school graduates beginning next year […]


Economics&Strategies, Education Strategies

How can leaders boost student success?

February 23, 2024

Via: eCampus News

As higher-ed leaders continue to grapple with enrollment challenges and vastly diverse student groups, understanding students’ needs and expectations is essential in ensuring a positive student experience and academic (and long-term) success. A new report from Anthology, surveying more than […]


Educational Stages, Secondary Education

Friday 5: K-12 coding

February 23, 2024

Via: eSchool News

K-12 coding can completely change learning for students, engaging reluctant learners and activating parts of the brain used for computational thinking, problem solving, and collaboration. These durable skills are critical for students during their K-12 years, in college, and in […]


Educational Forms, Informal learning

Online Teaching Is Improving In-Person Instruction on Campus

February 22, 2024

Via: Ed Surge

Since the earliest days of colleges experimenting with teaching over the internet, the goal has been to replicate as closely as possible the physical classroom experience. After all, in-person was seen as the gold standard, and the question was whether […]


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Education Department: Common medical conditions have disability protections

February 22, 2024

Via: Higher Ed Dive

The documents remind K-12 schools and colleges of their federal legal responsibilities to provide accommodations, if needed, to students with these common medical conditions. For example, one of the resources noted that students with asthma may need to be excused […]


Economics&Strategies, Education Strategies

Bringing Business Leaders Back to School

February 21, 2024

Via: Education Next

In 1988, Xerox CEO David Kearns co-authored a book titled Winning the Brain Race: A Bold Plan to Make Our Schools Competitive. Three years later, Kearns became deputy secretary of education under President George H. W. Bush. Three years after […]


Educational Stages, Higher Education

Higher ed is unprepared for GenAI’s impact

February 21, 2024

Via: eCampus News

While three-quarters of higher-education trustees (83 percent), faculty (81 percent) and administrators (76 percent) agree that generative artificial intelligence (GenAI) will noticeably change their institutions in the next five years, community college trustees are more optimistic than their community college […]