Los Angeles district wants AI for 'impactful' instruction shifts
The district's instructional technology director says artificial intelligence has dominated conversations internally about the future of instruction.
U. Maine Augusta opens cyber range for hands-on student training
Cyber ranges like this one in Augusta are a trend in education, giving students a shot to practice their skills in a safe training environment.
Georgia district cautious on cybersecurity, privacy for education apps
Debbie Durrence says district technologists need to embed cybersecurity and privacy in vetting of edtech apps.
Louisiana announces state's first cybersecurity education center
Planning is now underway for a training and education center to be located on the Bossier Parish Community College campus near Shreveport.
Congress considers bills on student privacy, workforce, school security and STEM diversity research
A flurry of legislative activity in edtech this week included three new bills and advancement of one bill encouraging research on girls in tech.
Florida high school student sends vulgar memo to entire school after email 'hack'
School administrators are now investigating how he managed to send an obscene email to all students, staff and faculty.
U. Virginia team defends national cybersecurity competition title
The competition is designed to introduce students to real-world attack scenarios and encourage them to pursue careers in cybersecurity.
For K-12 privacy, districts need commonality, CIO says
Boulder Valley School District's Andrew Moore says a GDPR-like privacy framework would save energy and resources for school districts.
St. Louis universities build consortium for cybersecurity students
For supporting students and building relationships with industry, the group's members say they can do more together than they could have alone.