Wyoming passes forward-thinking computer science education bill
March 16, 2018
The bill is "one of the most ambitious" in the country, according to the state superintendent.
Mendoza, director of Instructional Technology Initiative at Los Angeles Unified School District, has risen up the ranks of a district she's belonged to since kindergarten.
Technology directors are buzzing about artificial intelligence. A new report from CoSN explains how it could work in K-12.
Microsoft surveyed girls 10-17 and young women 18-30 about their experiences with developing and using science, technology, engineering and math skills.
Li, who works in the Office of the CIO at the Mississippi Department of Education, wants to use students' data to make more informed decisions around their education.
During the CoSN annual conference, education thought leaders from Google, KnowledgeWorks and Getting Smart explore the role of artificial intelligence.
Helping teachers at Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools become more comfortable with technology is a big part of Harrison's job.
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