Artificial Intelligence in Education


Michigan Virtual Leads Statewide Workgroup to Release Sample K–12 AI Guidance Document

Nonprofit educational organization Michigan Virtual (MV) is one of 13 organizations statewide that have partnered to release a new "Sample Guidance on Staff Use of Generative AI for K–12 School Districts" document.

Report Finds Educators Feel Mixed Curiosity and Apprehension About AI; More Training Needed

The nonprofit AI Education Project (aiEDU) recently released a Pulse Survey Report finding that educators "feel a mix of curiosity and apprehension about integrating artificial intelligence (AI) into the classroom." And while educators surveyed believe AI should be part of the curriculum, most haven't used it or been trained to use it.

McGraw Hill Releases AI-Powered ALEKS Adventure Math Program

McGraw Hill has launched ALEKS Adventure, a new AI-powered space adventure math program for first- and second-grade students for the 2024-25 school year. It will add third grade support the following year, the company said.

AI/ML Tool Usage Skyrockets Across Industry Sectors

Organizations must both securely enable AI productivity tools and also leverage AI to defend against new AI-driven threats, according to a new report from cloud security specialist Zscaler.

Kyron Learning Releases Gen AI Tutoring and Lesson Creation Beta

Kyron Learning has launched a beta version of Kyron Studio, a generative AI tutoring and lesson creation platform for instructors and learners. The platform allows instructors to customize and edit lessons based on the learner's dialogue with the AI.

Los Angeles Unified and AllHere Partner to Launch AI-Driven Learning Acceleration Platform

The Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) and Harvard Innovation Labs venture AllHere have released the AI-driven "educational co-pilot" digital platform Ed, a tool available 24-7 to help support student learning beyond the school day.

4 Keys to Exploring AI in Education

As part of its recent "Reimagine Education" 2024 conference, Microsoft Education released its "AI in Education" special report containing research insights, resources, and recommendations for tapping into the advantages — and caveats — of using AI.

Edthena Offers Teachers Pilot Access to AI Accelerator Program

Professional education development company Edthena has launched an AI Accelerator program, including the "AI Coach by Edthena" platform to assist K–12 teachers with professional development.

Microsoft Education Announces Product Updates Focused on AI and Security

At its annual "Reimagine Education" 2024 digital conference, Microsoft Education announced several new features of its AI and security tools aimed to assist teachers and help prepare students for future careers in which AI will play a prominent part.

New K–12 AI Framework for School District and State Education Leaders

Education strategy and policy consulting firm ILO Group has released a new "Framework for Implementing Artificial Intelligence in K–12 Education" to provide comprehensive information and resources to educators and state leaders on adopting AI technology.

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