AI

Ministers plan to appoint edtech evidence checkers

Revealed: Experts to scrutinise classroom impact of technology tools as part of new AI training package for teachers worth...

Lucas Cumiskey
Lucas Cumiskey
Schools

Schools install toilet sensors that ‘actively listen’ to pupils

Concerns sensors 'violate kids' privacy' as teachers install tech to crack down on vaping and bullying

Jessica Hill
Jessica Hill
Schools

Reports of data breach on Class Charts platform

ICO launches probe amid reports parents 'saw data of children from other schools'

Freddie Whittaker
Freddie Whittaker
AI in schools

AI marking: the answer to poor recruitment or ‘pure snake oil’?

Bot exam markers, robot tutors and AI-written reports are all now being used in schools as they look to...

Jessica Hill
Jessica Hill
Sponsored post

AI-powered CareersPro platform launched to support careers guidance

Complementing the growth of Learning Curve Group’s existing Ed-Tech solutions, CareersPro is designed to provide individuals, young or old,...

Learning Curve Group
Learning Curve Group
Politics

Lords lobbying minister to scrap Oak paid by ed tech firms

Parliamentarians are among those warning £42m quango is a waste of 'vital public funding'

John Dickens
John Dickens
Schools

DfE can’t say whether £850k edtech scheme improved schools

Edtech demonstrator year 2 evaluation concludes schools may have improved 'regardless of taking part in the programme'

Freddie Whittaker
Freddie Whittaker
Schools

DfE bins flagship edtech demonstrator programme

Ministers claim scheme which pre-dates the pandemic is no longer needed now schools are open

Freddie Whittaker
Freddie Whittaker and James Carr
Schools

DfE pledges £150m to get high speed internet to all schools by 2025

Schools in 'priority areas' to get cash to improve broadband connections

James Carr
James Carr