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Artificial intelligence (AI) is revolutionizing education with innovative approaches to teaching and learning. As technology continues to advance, the integration of AI in education promises to optimize educational outcomes, promote inclusivity, and prepare students for the evolving demands of the digital age. Here you will find everything you need to know about AI in education to keep you on the cutting-edge.

A new study uncovers the importance of closing the AI knowledge gap for teachers, who want to use AI in education but need more support.

Teachers want AI in education–but need more support

The majority of teachers are enthusiastic and eager about the potential of AI in education and incorporating AI in the classroom, but remain unsure of where to start.


Educators may never truly trust AI when it comes to the generative tool's place in classroom learning, but we are sure going to use it.

4 lessons learned about AI in 2023

Each year I share my predictions about how emerging tools and strategies will shape learning. While these predictions are rooted in reality, technology can have some unintended consequences.


The use of AI in teacher coaching is generating a fierce debate among those for--and against--the technology.

Can artificial intelligence help teachers improve?

The use of AI in teacher coaching is generating a fierce debate among those for–and against–the technology.


AI is taking hold in classrooms across the nation, but it's nothing to fear--here's how some educators are embracing the latest edtech innovation

5 things to know about AI in classrooms

AI is taking hold in classrooms across the nation, but it’s nothing to fear–here’s how some educators are embracing the latest edtech innovation.


The edtech industry aims to advance the responsible use of AI in education to enhance learning, protect privacy and promote equity.

7 principles for AI in education

The edtech industry aims to advance the responsible use of AI to enhance learning, while also protecting privacy and promoting educational equity.


Students are already using artificial intelligence tools, so now is the time for educators to learn how AI tools can improve education.

In 2024, education will move to adopt AI—but slowly

Students are already using artificial intelligence tools, so now is the time for educators to catch up by learning how AI can improve teaching and learning.


The rapid pace of generative AI development brings with it both great opportunities and exposure to risk for schools and district leaders.

Leveraging the K-12 generative AI readiness checklist: A guide for district leadership

The extremely rapid pace of generative AI development brings with it both great opportunities and exposure to risk.


AI tools like ChatGPT will be used in student writing, putting academics at a crossroads of innovation and integrity.

The academic implications of AI in student writing

Educators must accept that AI tools like ChatGPT will be used in student writing, putting traditional academics at a crossroads of innovation and integrity.


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