Computer Technology Link (CTL) Corporation has released a new line of education Chromebooks: the NL73 series. The series is designed to deliver higher cloud computing performance in multitasking, content streaming, and application management.
Following the recent launch of its new student success platform, SchoolStatus announced it has acquired school-home communications K–12 platform SchoolNow, in its entirety, to help schools engage families and communities in student success.
The Southern Regional Education Board (SREB) has announced the establishment of the Commission on Artificial Intelligence and Education, convening "leaders in education and business to chart a course for how AI is used in classrooms and how to prepare a workforce that is being transformed by technology."
The Reading School District in Pennsylvania has partnered with college readiness and career development company Xello to prepare K–12 students with tools for future planning decisions about college or career.
Google's ChromeOS Flex operating system can help organizations stave off trashing their old hardware, the company suggested in a recent blog post.
In the wake of at least 80% of school districts and charter schools starting post-pandemic tutoring, independent analysis organization FutureEd has released a study addressing the challenge of making such tutoring high-quality, or as they call it, "high dosage."
SchoolStatus has announced its new K–12 platform to improve communications between schools and families to help ensure student attendance. The platform features two data-driven solutions: SchoolStatus Connect and SchoolStatus Attend.
The Consortium for School Networking (CoSN) has released its annual list of the top hurdles, accelerators, and technology enablers impacting schools and districts this year.
SchoolAI, which integrates generative AI into K–12 classrooms, has partnered with the Jordan School District, one of Utah's largest, to bring AI into all classrooms district-wide using the company's platform.