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K-12 Digital Infrastructure Brief: Privacy Enhancing, Interoperable, and Useful

Education’s digital infrastructure is officially considered critical infrastructure, and just as we
work to provide physical infrastructure that is safe, healthy, and supportive for all students, we
need to align resources to create digital infrastructure that is safe, accessible, resilient, sustainable, and future-proof.

K-12 Digital Infrastructure Brief: Adequate and Future Proof

America has made incredible progress in closing the digital access divide,2 providing an evergreater proportion of students with access to broadband connectivity, devices, and digital
resources. At the same time, we must acknowledge the last frontiers of connectivity can also present the most wicked problems of closing that divide. T

Advancing Digital Equity for All:

As we recover from the pandemic, educators are increasingly leveraging the breadth of active and innovative
learning opportunities made possible through technology. In addition, schools are accelerating the
implementation of whole learner approaches with technology, including connections to social and emotional supports, parent-educator engagement opportunities, tele-health and tele-mental health, and basic needs services. For such opportunities to become equitably and sustainably available at scale, we must do more to ensure all learners, families/caregivers, and communities have access to technology and the opportunities that it unlocks.

Teaching with AI: OpenAI for Educators

We’re sharing a few stories of how educators are using ChatGPT to accelerate student learning and some prompts to help educators get started with the tool.

Using ChatGPT in a Math Classroom: Central Limit Theorem Simulator Interactive Zip

Here is the chatlog if you want to see the whole thing: 
Prompts: create an interactive simulator with text descriptions that teaches people the central limit theorem. you should give me a zip file with html, javascript, and css. explain at a level that non-specialists understand. make the explanation interactive. once you have produced the code, confirm that the explanation is good and the code will work. everything needs to work. make it visually interesting