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Stories that feature technology-related projects and initiatives in K-12 schools or higher education in the United States.

In a virtual panel discussion Friday, several professors shared their experiences with having students use generative AI for writing assignments and recommended that students be allowed to learn by trial and error.
A public community college in New York will use money from the Economic Development Administration to build a new Applied Technology Education Center and develop classes in automotive technology.
Montgomery County Community College received an award from Cisco Networking Academy, a global IT education program, for an associate degree program in information technology.
In a presentation to the Greeley-Evans District 6 Board of Education, an artificial intelligence task force recommended against an outright ban, believing that AI training and resource development are on the horizon.
Officials say the new corporate-sponsored lab will serve as a focal point for construction technology research and education, training students on Trimble’s geospatial, construction and software tools.
An educational consultant describes several specific examples, such as having students analyze and improve chatbot-generated essays, coach the chatbot to do better, and test what AI can and can’t do.
Responding to a fatal shooting on campus last month, officials at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill are exploring technological solutions to monitor campus and make it more secure.
Three years after Lockport City School District purchased a facial- and object-recognition system from Aegis, state legislation has put a moratorium on the technology, and the district is complying.
The University of Maine at Augusta is working with the Maine Department of Labor on a cybersecurity and IT registered apprenticeship program to recruit, train or upskill employees for those fields.
As more universities make use of the anonymous social networking app Fizz to keep students connected, some officials have questions about cyber bullying, misinformation and other malicious online behaviors.