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Digital Transformation

Coverage of the movement away from physical textbooks and classrooms toward digital operations in K-12 schools and higher education. Examples include virtual classrooms and remote learning, educational apps, learning management systems, broadband and other digital infrastructure for schools, and the latest research on grading and teaching.

Many rural families are having to make do with mobile hotspots, while a recent report by the Legislative Auditor's Office show some planned broadband projects have yet to enter the construction phase.
Variables like rising tuition and fees, FAFSA glitches and competition from other programs mean higher-ed enrollment might continue declining. That means universities must be strategic about their technology expenses.
HearMeWA, a statewide hotline and mobile app from the Washington Attorney General's Office, is for youth facing anything from food insecurity to social difficulties, suicidal thoughts or threats of violence at school.
The nonprofit E2D, or Eliminate the Digital Divide, is giving laptops to about 700 seniors graduating from Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools and headed to a historically Black college or university.
Apple Intelligence, the company's suite of AI features, can proofread and rewrite documents, generate images and emojis, transcribe phone calls and voice memos, summarize emails and lectures, and solve math problems.
Artificial intelligence can’t read between the lines of what a student chooses to share, suss the nuances of their complicated lives, and provide guidance based on a holistic understanding of their needs and experiences.
Students and faculty at a Connecticut high school helped a visually impaired student "see" the recent solar eclipse using LightSound, a small device developed at Harvard University in 2017 that converts light into sound.
Almost four months after their online learning system was overwhelmed by too many log-ins at once on a snow day, New York City Public Schools asked students to participate in a simulated test Thursday.
Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools and Johnson C. Smith University are working with a nonprofit to build digital replicas of old buildings so the community can virtually explore the historically Black neighborhood.
Since the SAT went fully digital in March, California has seen demand exceed capacity for SAT weekend administrations because of a shortage of high schools and other institutions willing to serve as weekend test centers.