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UPDATE: On January 29th, 2024, President Biden announced an update to his October 2023 Executive Order, which included a statement that by October 2024, the Department of Education will “develop guidance on safe, responsible, and nondiscriminatory use of AI in education”.

In May 2023, the US Dept. of Education announced the release a 70-page report called “AI and the Future of Teaching and Learning”, which suggested the following steps:

  1. Emphasize Humans-in-the-Loop
  2. Align AI Models to a Shared Vision for Education
  3. Design AI Using Modern Learning Principles
  4. Prioritize Strengthening Trust
  5. Inform and Involve Educators
  6. Focus R&D on Addressing Context and Enhancing Trust and Safety
  7. Develop Education-specific Guidelines and Guardrails

More recently, in October 2023, President Biden included AI in Education in an Executive Order, committing himself to “Shape AI’s potential to transform education by creating resources to support educators deploying AI-enabled educational tools, such as personalized tutoring in schools”.

In December 2023, the National Science Foundation (NSF) launched the EducateAI Initiative, with aims ” to enable educators to make high-quality, audience-appropriate artificial intelligence educational experiences available nationwide to K-12, community college, four-year college and graduate students, as well as adults interested in formal training in AI”.

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Nov 30, 2023

In May 2023, Vermont Education hosted an Educator Panel on Artificial Intelligence. There is no further mention of AI on the Vermont Education site.

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No mention of AI on the SBOE or OSSE sites.

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No mention of AI on the Wyoming EDU site.

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No notable mention of AI Policy on North Dakota Department of Public Instruction page.

The 68th Legislative Assembly recently funded a resource until June 2025 called Amira Learning, which “assesses oral reading fluency and analyzes errors to pinpoint strengths and areas where a student needs growth”.

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No mention of AI on Alaska Department of Education and Early Development site besides the inclusion of AI on Computer Science Curriculum.

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In December 2022, RIDE released an AI chatbot aimed at answering questions regarding “college readiness and planning”.

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Nov 30, 2023

No guidance on AI in education listed on Delaware Department of Education Site.

 

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No mention of AI on SDDOE site.

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No recent mention of AI on MOPI site.

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No recent mention of AI on NHDOE site.

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No policies listed on Hawaii Department of Education main site.

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Only recent mentions of AI on MDOE site occur in recent Maine Board of Education meeting notes.

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UPDATE: As of January 2024, West Virginia became the 3rd state (behind California and Oregon to release a comprehensive policy on AI in Education. This resource comes in a 40-page document called “Guidance, Considerations, & Intentions for the Use of Artificial Intelligence in West Virginia Schools”, and provides varied information regarding the use of AI in academic settings.

WVDE does not mention AI besides the inclusion of Artificial Intelligence topics on Grade 6-12 Computer Science Curriculum.

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There is no guidance or even mention of AI on the NMPED site.

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There is no mention of AI on the IDSDE site besides the inclusion of AI topics on Computer Science Curricula.

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No current policies posted on the Education Nebraska site.

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No current policies posted on the Mississippi Department of Education site.

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No mention of AI on Kansas State Department of Education page.

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No mention of AI on NVDOE site besides inclusion of AI principals on intended Computer Science K-12 Standards.

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No mention of AI on ADE site other than professional development courses offered in AI.

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As of September 2023, the CDoE was partnering with Varsity Tutors to incorporate AI into classrooms beginning in the 2023-2024 school year. They hope to emphasize “individualization” in the classroom using AI.

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Acknowledgement on IDoE site that there will be a larger focus on AI and Machine Learning, but no guidance currently in place.

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Oregon State site provides a variety of resources defining Generative AI, explaining its potential and implications, listing resources for educational use of GenAI in classrooms, and providing a guide for school and district leaders to develop their own protocols regarding the use of AI in education settings. Each of these resources is listed as “NEW” on the Oregon state site as of November 2023.

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Louisiana Department of Education discusses the USDoE guidance released in during a monthly call and subsequent briefing in May 2023. Otherwise, there is no state-level guidance on AI in education in Louisiana.

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AI Topics included in K-12 Computer Science suggestion curriculum, but no further guidelines provided on the Utah State Board of Education site.

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No current guidance listed on SDEOK site.

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SCDOE posted a memorandum in April 2023 introducing five themes for standards and framework regarding AI in education, as well as a draft of AI Standards and Framework.

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WDPI provides a background and explanation about Artificial Intelligence Scoring used in the Text Dependent Analysis Task (TDA) part of the ELA test.

 

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CDE provides resources on their site from the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence (AAAI), though they do not provide policies of their own.

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No guidance on MDE site on Artificial Intelligence in Education.

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No guidance on MDOE site besides the inclusion of AI on Computer Science K-12 Curriculum.

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No guidance on AI on MDESE site.

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No current guidance on AI on MDOE main site.

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No guidance or notable mention of AI on TN Department of Education site.

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No guidance on AI on INDOE site.

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UPDATE: In January 2024, the Washington Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction released a resource called “Human-Centered AI: Guidance for K-12 Public Schools”, as the state became just the 5th to release comprehensive guidance regarding the use of AI in the classroom.

No mention of Artificial Intelligence on SBEWA site besides notes on a meeting in 2020 acknowledging AI’s future capabilities to match a student’s learning with six posted “competencies”.

As of January 2024, The Washington State Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction will soon “issue guidance embracing artificial intelligence as an educational tool”, hoping to be at the forefront of AI Education policy alongside early leaders (California and Oregon).

On Washington’s official government site, there is a link to Tumwater School District’s site (a large district near Seattle), where there is a short article from February entitled “AI in Education – ChatGTP [sic] & More”

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Guidance around AI on the AZED site is a short page which links to the USDOE report from May 2023. There is also a handout, posted August 2023, which links to other reports and guidelines posted by CoSN, ISTE, Code and others. AI is included on AZED’s Instructional Framework documents, which in “Domain 5: Technology and Education” it presents curriculum suggestions surrounding the introduction on AI in the classroom.

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UPDATE: In January, 2024, Governor Youngkin signed Executive Order 30, which implemented “Guidelines for AI Integration Throughout Education in the Commonwealth of Virginia”. This short resource embraces the use of AI in academic settings, and comprises three short components, “Guiding Principles”, “Strategies for Success”, and “Roles and Responsibilities”.

As of September 2023, Governor Youngkin plans to release “recommendations for uniform standards for the responsible, ethical and transparent use of AI across all state agencies and offices including… Education guidelines for the use of AI in K-12 public schools and higher education institutions”, and to promote guidelines, impact learning, prohibit cheating, “examine the potential uses of AI tools for personalized tutoring”, and incorporate AI-related topics in curriculums. These guidelines are set to be released before December 15th.

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No guidance posted on NJ.gov. As of October 2023, Governor Murphy has plans to establish Artificial Intelligence Task Force which will include state education officials.

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None posted on Michigan.gov, but lots of guidance released by Michigan Virtual, endorsed by state organizations.

Michigan Virtual has released two highly-endorsed and comprehensive documents regarding AI in Education, “Artificial Intelligence (AI) Integration Framework for School Districts” and “Planning Guide for AI: A Framework for School Districts”, both encouraging student access to AI and detailing the variety of uses, policy concerns, and framework surrounding AI’s place in the classroom.

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UPDATE: As of January 2024, North Carolina became the fourth US State to release comprehensive guidance on the use of AI in the classroom. This resource, entitled “North Carolina Generative AI Implementation Recommendations and Considerations for PK-13 Public Schools” and released by the NCDPI, is a 34-page guidebook which provides training, guidance, and suggestions on the use of AI in the classroom. The NCDPI makes it clear in this report that it “encourages public school units to responsibly embrace AI and incorporate AI Literacy for all staff and students”.

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Nov 29, 2023

UPDATE: As of February 2024, Ohio governor Jon Husted announced the release of a revolutionary seven-part resource called “AI Toolkit: Guidance and Resources for Policymakers, Teachers and Parents to Advance AI Readiness in Ohio Schools“, providing parents and educators with guidance regarding the use and implementation of AI in K-12 schools.

As of August 2023, ODoE supports the use of AI 101 For Teachers Series to educate teachers “bringing together renowned experts to unpack AI’s role in education”, and update site each time new video is posted.

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Guidance on PA Dept of Education site regarding AI use in translation: “Some artificial intelligence (AI) applications have made significant gains in their ability to translate text from one language to another and are far superior to other computerized translations. However, use of computerized translation of any kind on its own is not recommended. A qualified person should always review any translation before it is published or shared with students or families”.

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Nov 29, 2023

No guidance is posted regarding AI in Education on the Georgia Department of Education site.

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No official guidance posted on ISBOE Main Site.

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No AI Policies listed on NYSED main site.

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Besides including Artificial Intelligence topics on curriculum, no mention of AI on FLDOE site.

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Nothing regarding AI on TEA Main Site.

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No current guidance listed on Alabama State DOE site.

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In September 2023, California Department of Education released a resource entitled “Learning With AI, Learning About AI”, in which it provides guidance into the role of AI in the classroom, safe use of the technology, and policy suggestions.

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