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The Promises and Perils of AI for America's Youngest Generation

President Joe Biden, in his recent State of the Union address, acknowledged one of the most urgent issues of our time: the rapid advancement of technology and the effect it has on our children: “But...

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Is AI Cheating? Using Keystrokes to Catch Plagiarists

ChatGPT has released a tsunami of plagiarism issues in classrooms around the country. What if the answer to these issues was something very basic – the way that students actually write using...

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This year, I’m Black to the Future. | Black History Month 2024

Consider this lesser-known vignette from 1968: Captain Kirk, a white character, and Lieutenant Uhura, a black character, share an on-screen kiss in "Star Trek." At a time when 80 percent of Americans...

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Literacy Ed Tech Can Provide Invaluable Support At Home

I taught middle school English for years. I was an elementary literacy coach and an elementary librarian. My sons really had no choice but to love reading and learn how to read. What if you aren’t a...

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Optimizing Data Management Can Accelerate Educational Equity

When managed correctly, educational data can provide educators and administrators with tools to effectively personalize learning plans, manage academic interventions, support students’ wellness, and...

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Navigating the AI-Driven Future for Equitable Progress

There’s a way to do it better. Find it. ~ Thomas Edison We were supposed to have flying cars by now. Instead, refrigerators send us alerts when we’re low on milk. The course of human history has been...

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