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K–12 Data Privacy During a Pandemic

K-12 privacy expert Amanda Vance shares the four questions that still matter: What data is being collected? Who has access to it? How will it be shared? And how will it be protected?

Sending AI Off to School

Can machine learning really free up time dedicated to grunt work, giving your educators more time for working with students?

Closing the Digital Divide

A project in North Carolina offers lessons worth learning for your efforts to help students get the technology they need for internet access.

Updated: Free WiFi for Online Learning During COVID-19

Refer your families to these services to help them keep up with school work.

Khan on Where School is Headed in the Fall

Sal Khan, the founder of Khan Academy, comments on digital equity; why the internet has just become a major need, not just a want; and how school could change for the better next fall.

8 Steps for Developing a Robust Plan for Distance Learning

Make sure your district is covering the legal basics as you develop your remote instruction efforts.

Trial by Fire: Teachers Helping Teachers

This group of current and former tech-savvy educators is donating one-on-one advisory time to help their fellow teachers make it through the pivot to remote learning.

Moving to Remote Instruction Immediately: Where to Get Started

As coronavirus changes life as we knew it, these education experts offer advice on how to make the transition to online instruction.

STEM Tools, Games and Products to Engage Girls in Pre-K Through Early Elementary School

When choosing STEM tools for girls, it is important to choose tools that engage girls in active problem-solving, hands-on learning, building and engineering.

What to Expect on Student Privacy for 2020

Will there be a backlash to facial recognition technologies this year?

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