Missouri public and charter schools can begin signing up to use a new state-funded mobile emergency alerting app that rapidly alerts school staff and first responders of emergencies.
Teachers are using OpenAI’s ChatGPT more frequently than their students, according to a new survey from the Walton Family Foundation. The survey found teachers are using ChatGPT for lesson planning and to generate creative ideas for classes.
North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum has signed legislation that requires cybersecurity education for all K-12 students – making it the first state in the union to do so.
New research has found that the majority of prospective college students rely on higher education institutions’ websites, as well as internet searches, for information about institutions and their academic programs.
The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) has released a new report and toolkit for K-12 institutions to help them better protect against cybersecurity threats.
General Dynamics Information Technology (GDIT) announced that it received a $152 million supercomputing, cybersecurity, and software contract from the Alabama Supercomputer Authority (ASA) to support educational clients across the state.
Cybersecurity firm Emsisoft’s tally of publicly disclosed ransomware attacks in 2022 included 105 counties, 45 school districts, 44 colleges and universities, and over two dozen healthcare providers.
Middle and high school students in Delaware are encouraged to use geographic information system (GIS) technology to highlight facts and features unique to Delaware.
Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer announced a $2 million grant to “support the growth and development of high-tech talent in Michigan.” The grant will fund projects to grow Michigan’s high-tech workforce and build talent pipelines for Michigan’s automotive, mobility, and technology sectors.
The University of Northern Iowa (UNI) is using a nearly $1 million grant to launch a program that will help Iowa teachers receive their secondary computer science education endorsement – qualifying them to teach computer science in grades five through 12.