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What leaders should know about the new digital SAT

It'll save students and educators about an hour of testing, for starters. Here's what The College Board told District Administration about the revamped exam.

Are professors too soft on grading? Survey says 8 in 10 give in to ‘grade grubbing’

Nearly a fifth gave into student demands to due to fear of retribution, according to Inteligent's survey of 288 educators.

40% of business leaders believe graduates aren’t prepared to work. Are they right?

About a fifth of business leaders believe educators are to blame. Ithaca College professor Dr. Diane Gayeski, however, believes they can't be more wrong.

Instructors want to encourage AI use among students. First, they need guidance from leaders

Many teachers are using the technology to prepare students for a future inevitably accompanied by AI. But few educators have received guidance from administrators on how to do so.

An op-ed about ChatGPT’s impact on education… written by ChatGPT?

One of the takeaways from the resulting article is that ChatGPT is a heck of a self-promoter, noting that "while some might be worried about the implications of ChatGPT in the classroom, the truth is that it should be embraced by education leaders, not feared."

Looking ahead to 2023: Here’s what’s in store for higher education

Giving students access to instruction, focusing on impact and promoting student outcomes are key for administrators in K-12 and higher ed alike.

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