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By Greg Thompson, Kalervo Gulson and Teresa Swist

The use of artificial intelligence in schools is the best example we have right now of what we call a sociotechnical controversy. As a result of political interest in using policy and assessment to steer the work that is being done in schools, partly due to technological advances and partly due to the need for digital learning during COVID lockdowns, controversies have emerged regarding edtech and adaptive technologies in schools.

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