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B3K, a workforce development initiative between aerospace companies and Kern County schools and colleges, will share data to inform schools when positions become available and what skills or certifications they require.
A dual credit program at Daviess County Public Schools has experienced growth and success in the last five years with offerings that include advanced placement, technical courses, coding and an engineering academy.
Funded by a $2 million grant from the U.S. Department of Justice, the University of Missouri will connect to the Wi-Fi servers of 26 rural school districts, scan them for potential threats and prepare schools to respond.
Identity and access management of users in K-12 districts, including students, teachers and administrative staff, can have many benefits in terms of cybersecurity and time saved creating and deleting profiles.
While it has yet to confirm Hive was the group that attacked Norman Public Schools' network in November 2022, the FBI has gained control of the group's operations and said they've targeted over 1,500 victims worldwide.
Nantucket Public Schools canceled classes Tuesday morning and shut down student and staff devices, safety and security systems, including phones and security cameras, after discovering ransomware on its network.
As chatbots threaten to upend English instruction, an ed-tech startup in New York launched a new platform that uses AI to generate real-time feedback, recommend educational content and create writing prompts.
A 14-year-old freshman from Pennsylvania won the 2022 Congressional App Challenge with RecybleBot, an app that analyzes photos of objects to assess what percentage of them are recyclable material.
ChatGPT is an AI-powered chatbot created by OpenAI. So what are the opportunities and risks with using this technology across different domains?
Schools in upstate New York are using Sandy Hook Promise’s Say Something Anonymous Reporting System, which features a live, 24-hour call center and the ability for students to report an incident or threat of impending violence by phone, text or email.
Grants of up to $5,000 from TVA will support science, technology, engineering and mathematics-related programs in seven states, from robotics competitions to botanical studies and community problem-solving.
When tasked with writing a poem, an explanation of how to train a puppy, an explanation of string theory and an email to a parent, the AI chatbot ChatGPT produced imperfect but coherent responses.
The integration of ParentSquare’s school communications software with Gabbart’s website and CMS tools aims to give teachers the ability to share consistent information across websites, social media and other channels.
A new report and toolkit aims to help K-12 schools and school districts identify funding and low-cost resources, identify high-priority risk reduction steps and stay informed about emerging cyber threats and risks.  
As teachers and school districts race to catch up with the implications of an essay-writing chatbot, a 17-year-old private high school student in Oakland, Calif., is trying to communicate its potential value.