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

Lopez is set to take over for Jason Gray on Dec. 18. The incoming chief information officer has been with the department since 2017, most recently serving as director of the Enterprise Technology Services division.
Studies show that learning loss in Virginia, as in other states, was not relegated to public schools. The most salient variables appear to have been socioeconomic factors, which call for investment and focused tutoring.
The Johnson STEM Activity Center in Atlanta last month hosted NFL Hall of Fame quarterback Steve Young, who's partnering with Meta in hopes of making virtual reality and artificial intelligence accessible to young teens.
Several Christian schools were among those to receive state grant money earmarked for putting security cameras, visitor management systems, automatic door locks and other tech-driven safety measures into K-12 buildings.
High school students involved with the Georgia 4-H Tech Changemakers program this year worked with local governments and organizations to deliver digital literacy training to a record 5,488 adults.
Following through on the promise of the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, the Department of Energy has opened applications for school districts in high-need areas to receive grants for energy-related projects.
Families are waiting for more information after a school district in south New Jersey canceled classes for several days this week because an unauthorized party disconnected school Internet service.
Online tutoring has evolved in the years since the pandemic, with schools and tutoring companies adjusting to the new reality of remote learning. For it to succeed, teachers and students both need to make adjustments.
New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy has signed a measure requiring all public and private schools to create digital maps of their buildings for law enforcement and other first responders to use in emergencies.
An Oklahoma school district is providing identity theft protection services through IDX after an unauthorized party gained access to systems that contained Social Security and bank account numbers.