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Study Indicates Technology Can Support Reduced Juvenile Justice Recidivism

Arizona State University, ArizonaPostsecondary

When researchers from Arizona State University and the Oregon Research Institute set out to determine how to reduce recidivism in juvenile justice offenders, they began with two questions: Were youth receiving technology-enabled support services less likely to recidivate than peers who weren...

Topic: NETP24

Montana Offers Artificial Intelligence Course for High School Students

MontanaPostsecondary

To ensure all students in the state have an opportunity to face the future of work, the Montana Digital Academy (MTDA), a 14-year-old online school that offers more than 100 courses taught by Montana public school educators to students across the state began offering Artificial Intelligence in the W...

Topic: NETP24

Sparking Innovation in Response to Teacher Needs

West VirginiaPostsecondary

Sometimes, innovation requires a push. A program supporting teachers across West Virginia works to do just that. The West Virginia Public Education Collaborative (WVPEC) housed at West Virginia University “is a non-partisan collaborative of diverse state and national leaders committed to championi...

Topic: NETP24

Digital Equity Champions for All Learners: Diné College Uses Culturally Responsive Strategies to Support Inclusion across the Navajo Nation

Dine College logo superimposed on an image of a cable being inserted into a laptop

ArizonaPostsecondary

Diné College is the first tribally controlled college in the United States. The college serves the far-reaching rural needs of the 400,000-member Navajo Nation, including 200,000 citizens beyond the Nation’s borders, through its main campus in Tsaile, AZ and six additional campuses and microsites...

Topic: Digital Equity