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Verletta White is interim superintendent of Baltimore County Public Schools.

Districts are increasingly tasked with providing options for at-risk and underserved student populations to address persistent achievement gaps.

Superintendent Pat Greco of School District of Menomonee Falls was named Wisconsin’s 2018 Superintendent of the Year by the Wisconsin Association of School District Administrators.

During Superintendent Pat Greco’s seven-year tenure, the School District of Menomonee Falls in Wisconsin has won a Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Top Workplace award three years in a row.

AI will also have a big impact on network and data security.

The best way to keep a school’s computers free of malware while securing student and teacher identities is to use a layered approach powered by artificial intelligence in the cloud.

Just about every antivirus program has three overlapping defenses:


Link to main story: AI accelerates in K12


Rose Luckin is the chair of learning with digital technologies at University College London’s Knowledge Lab.

Until recently, the quality of classroom instruction relied almost entirely on a teacher’s resourcefulness, motivation and intelligence. Soon, it will also depend on artificial intelligence.

Fifteen states, including California and West Virginia, have adopted Discovery Education’s Techbooks for classroom use.

Robert Urzillo is a retired superintendent and now director of the graduate education program at Rosemont College.

I believe in the validity of vocational programs. However, I do have concerns about the context of what is being taught to these students in a rapidly changing economy.

Florida’s charter schools are not required to comply with Florida Building Code requirements for educational facilities.

Growing mental health needs of students ranked as one of the major issues facing educators who participated in DA’s 2018 Outlook Survey.

Ken Trump (ken@schoolsecurity. org) is the president of National School Safety and Security Services.

How can administrators prepare staff with best practices and reasonable emergency plans? How can you communicate safety to your parents in a social media world on digital steroids?

A look back at the year’s top stories sheds some light on the way forward.

Deborah C. Hoard is the producer and director of Re:Thinking, a new documentary that inspires educators, politicians and the public to reimagine schools.

What if we taught kids how to think, not what to think? That question is the focus of Re:Thinking, a new documentary that inspires educators, politicians and the public to reimagine schools.

Clockwise from top left: Brian Eschbacher, Brisa Ayub, Theresa Morris, Jennifer Abrams, Kirk Langer, Kate Walsh, Rene Islas, Tamara Fyke, Amy Klinger, Matthew Emerson

What should happen and what will happen in various areas of education over the next few years elicits different answers from educators and from other experts.

I recently heard a friend ask his student a question that captures how parents and teachers should discuss future aspirations. The question was not “What do you want to be when you grow up?” Instead, he asked the boy, “What problems do you want to solve when you grow up?”

What is Intel doing to help educators succeed in re-imagining digital learning?

Intel has a long history in education and has invested over $1 billion in education over the past decade. We have a comprehensive approach and education solution expertise based on experiences with more than 300 million students and 15 million teachers in over 100 countries.

New Product Showcase brings together the latest innovative products and service solutions in K12 education in one easy-to-use reference section.

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