Three years after the start of the pandemic, Covid-19 is continuing to derail learning. Things are far from normal, even though students are back in school.
This overview of considerations for SEAs in facilitating adoption and policy development for AI is the first of a three-component series.
This checklist, the second of a three-part series, provides considerations for supporting SEAS in addressing AI and developing policies and guidance.
The steps in this third of a three-part series, outline more in depth the first steps SEAs can take to begin development of an AI-related vision and strategic objectives.
This resource is a starting point to further the equity conversation and to inform future work to build capacity to comprehensively identify, analyze, and respond to policies impacting educational equity.
While there is a great deal of literature specifying coaching knowledge, it is critical to have a content-specific target within their professional learning.
The ed tech nonprofit UPchieve is growing rapidly as more students seek academic support.The difference? It’s free, individualized and on-demand.
The study, from researchers who typically advocate for in-person models, could be a breakthrough for schools struggling to find tutors.
This reference guide of strategies was created to support statewide efforts to grow an effective and diverse educator workforce.