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Automation will change jobs, not eliminate them, study finds
A study by Pearson and a U.K. nonprofit finds education must change to help students prepare for the future workforce.
Discovery Education's Bill Goodwyn on giving educators 'not just what they want, but what they need'
During the CoSN annual conference, Goodwyn talked with EdScoop about how new ownership will change the company and help it grow.
NextGen Leader Jon Gregori found his instructional technology calling in an art class
Gregori developed the "Deeper Learning Model" at Henrico County Public Schools as a way to incorporate collaborative learning and STEAM education.
Digital transition proves valuable for Oregon school district
Beaverton School District saw 80 percent of students use the online enrollment system in the first year.
AI takes center stage as edtech leaders consider 'exponential change'
Technology directors are buzzing about artificial intelligence. A new report from CoSN explains how it could work in K-12.
NextGen Leader Yan Li turned down corporate path for public education research and analytics
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.
How CIOs can tackle the 'Fourth Industrial Revolution'
During the CoSN annual conference, education thought leaders from Google, KnowledgeWorks and Getting Smart explore the role of artificial intelligence.