Tools like ChatGPT are being heralded as a critical underpinning of a 21st-century education or feared as the death knell of creativity. Either way, educators increasingly realize they can’t ignore AI.
Amid predictions that careers in science, technology, engineering and math will skyrocket in the next decade, students are increasingly participating in targeted programs to boost their skills.
As students nationwide begin the new school year, our September ed-tech issue looks at how artificial intelligence is impacting learning and efforts to build the next generation of IT experts.
The pandemic sparked growth in free digital tools for students and teachers. As that trend continues, student privacy protections are gaining more focus — and, it seems, more enforcement.