"That coded inequality could come up when assessing curricular rigor for a student despite needs-blind admissions. If the student attends a lesser-resourced high school without as many advanced placement classes, then curricular rigor would appear differently than a student at a wealthy high school with several advanced classes. 'That’s the hard part of saying that AI is all good or all bad. It’s not neutral,” said Martin. “When you’re deploying it, you need to be thoughtful about how you’re deploying it.'” Keep reading here.

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