Boston University (BU) announced that it has formed an AI Task Force that will asses both the benefits and drawbacks of generative artificial intelligence, as well as define pathways for the use of the technology on campus.
Both teachers and administrators agree that education technology is key to improving the classroom, according to a new survey from edtech platform Clever.
The Alabama Community College System (ACCS) has selected a new learning management system (LMS) as part of a statewide initiative to transform and modernize its learning experience and increase student success.
Boise State University has hired Brandon Bowlin as its new chief information security office (CISO). Brandon’s work will be part of the university’s Office of Information Technology.
As part of the new school year, parents in Caldwell County, N.C. will be able to monitor their students’ ride to and from school with a mobile app.
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has committed nearly $7 million in new funding through the Emergency Connectivity Fund Program, which provides digital tools and services to support students nationwide.
The Biden administration has tapped the Departments of Homeland Security (DHS), Education (ED), Health and Human Services (HHS), and Justice (DOJ) to launch a public awareness campaign to highlight Federal school safety resources and evidence-based practices available through SchoolSafety.gov.
Through a partnership between Mississippi Department of Education, Mississippi State University Research and Curriculum Unit, and analytics software company SAS, the state of Mississippi now has a new online tool that shows the coronavirus pandemic’s effects on student achievement and progress and how school districts are allocating Federal funds to support student learning.
As the fall semester kicks off, the University at Buffalo (UB) has finished its campuswide migration to Brightspace, its new learning management system (LMS).
In order to create a more robust cybersecurity workforce, security experts explained on Wednesday that cybersecurity education needs to start at the K-12 level.