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

Legislation recently advanced by the Pennsylvania Senate Education Committee would enlist various districts to participate in a two-year pilot program to test the impact of locking up student cellphones during the day.
Some student complaints are inevitable, and schools will need parent cooperation, just as they do to counter chronic absenteeism, bullying, drug use or any other worrying student behavior.
Experts say relationship-building, collaboration and effective pedagogy are essential to hybrid learning programs, ideally giving students flexibility while teaching them the drive to take control of their own education.
Bus dispatch company Bytecurve adds BusPlanner to its list of software partners for a merged data dashboard that blends school bus routing, GPS tracking, payroll services and communication between dispatch and drivers.
Experts advise that while artificial intelligence has a lot to offer K-12 education, it is critical that teachers understand its inherent biases, which often reflect the greater society it's built upon.
The University of Arizona is hosting a one-week camp to get high school students interested in semiconductors, and it received 96 applications for 40 slots within the first 36 hours.
The founder of the Learning Engineering Virtual Institute makes the case for giving teachers structured guidance and ongoing support to experiment with artificial intelligence tools and incorporate what works.
Critical Response Group has taken the floor plans of nearly 14,000 schools, updated them and integrated that data with local law enforcement systems, developing a solution that helps when seconds count.
Faculty at Fredericksburg City Public Schools in Virginia overwhelmingly say the district should make clear to students and their families that only school-issued devices will be allowed during instructional time.
A franchise of online K-12 schools is working with a nonprofit to offer students scholarships, internships, digital credentials and other opportunities to get a head start in the semiconductor industry.