Most experts recommend that schools and districts steer clear of banning artificial intelligence, instead letting students learn about AI by permitting them to use AI-powered tools like ChatGPT to complete some assignments. That opens up a host of questions for teachers and school leaders: When is it OK to use AI and when is it not? How much can a student rely on AI? How should students cite information they learned or sourced from AI tools? And what’s the best way for teachers to communicate their expectations for students on how to use AI appropriately?