As educators who love technology, we can barely contain our enthusiasm for the potential applications of artificial intelligence (AI). But AI requires massive amounts of data, so before jumping on the AI bandwagon we need to:

  • reflect on the kinds of data that would make teaching more effective and improve learning outcomes;

  • consider the systems that will allow us to collect and manage the data; and

  • create processes to share and analyze the data.


Most districts do not yet have the foundation to make the leap to AI (other than what is already embedded in the apps and programs they’re currently...

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  • About the Author:

    Beatriz Arnillas is senior education advisor to itslearning, Inc., and the former director of education technology for Houston Independent School District in Texas.