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Stories that feature technology-related projects, initiatives or curriculums in K-12 schools in the United States.

A Massachusetts school district has entered a zero-cost pilot program with BusPatrol to put digital cameras on buses to enforce violations, giving vendors limited access to registries to in order to issue citations.
District leaders from Baltimore County Public Schools reflect on their ongoing cybersecurity efforts and lessons learned in the course of recovering from a crippling cyber attack in 2020.
A recent budget proposal from the Biden administration to increase federal support for education research efforts could lead to an 'ARPA-Ed' and the discovery of new use cases for AI-driven tools like ChatGPT.
Katy Independent School District in Texas is working with RFID Services and SMART Tag to install radio-frequency identification systems in buses, allowing parents and the district to track students as they enter and exit.
A New York district has infused design-thinking into courses all students take, bringing coding into subjects like English and social studies, and teaming with vendors to give teachers and students access to experts.
School officials told the township board of education that the district's policy against plagiarism would cover misuse of ChatGPT, although they warned teachers to be ready for the technology to evolve quickly.
Launched last year to track student success after high school, the Indiana Department of Education’s new “Graduates Prepared to Succeed” online dashboard aims to make districts more accountable to state benchmarks.
The new legislation, slated to take effect in 2025, will add graduation requirements, provide for the training and certification of teachers and make technology courses available to adult education outlets.
A Texas college's Experience Lab, with 16 Meta Quest 2 Oculus headsets that allow users to interact within computer-generated environments, is helping professors add new dimensions and sensory aspects to their lessons.
An 18-year-old at the Woodlands College Park High School in Texas won $50,000 from the Regeneron Science Talent Search for a semantics model and syntax assessment that can use daily diary entries to gauge suicide risk.