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K-12 Artificial Intelligence Market Set to Explode in U.S. and Worldwide by 2024

Marketplace K-12

and Worldwide by 2024 appeared first on Market Brief. Teachers and students will have more ed-tech tools that use artificial intelligence in coming years, and the AI market is expected to skyrocket. The post K-12 Artificial Intelligence Market Set to Explode in U.S. Marketplace K-12 Artificial Intelligence Assessments/Testing Data Market Research Personalized/Adaptive Learning Product Research

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OER Pioneer David Wiley Predicts All Community Colleges Will Dump Traditional Textbooks By 2024

Edsurge

It’s popular to predict the death of the textbook—and these days even textbook providers seem eager to move away from their age-old publishing model. Perhaps we’re in the zombie phase of textbook publishing, when commercial texts are walking corpses that never get fully eradicated.

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Anyone’s Game: K–12 Esports Opportunities Abound for Girls

EdTech Magazine

Its audience increased by 38 million from 2019 to 2020, and it’s projected to reach more than 576 million by 2024. In recent years, esports has become increasingly popular. Female participation in the sport, however, hasn’t quite mirrored that pace. Sixty percent of female gamers in the U.S.

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SAT Will Go Digital for K–12 Test-Takers

EdTech Magazine

By 2024, the SAT will move entirely online. Students will take the test on computers and tablets at testing centers, rather than filling in scantron bubbles with their No. 2 pencil.

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How to Prepare K–12 Students for Online Testing

EdTech Magazine

Last month, the College Board, which develops and administers the SAT, announced that the test would move entirely online by 2024. Many states already have an online option for standardized tests, which allowed students to take assessments digitally during remote learning.

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8 reasons game-based learning is growing

eSchool News

Revenue for game-based learning and education is projected to reach more than $24 billion by 2024, according to a new market forecast. That suggests AI revenues will climb to just over $800 million by 2024.

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248: Does your network shape your mindset?

The Thinking Stick

Follow Drea on Social Media: On Twitter On LinkedIN Learn all about the MiSTEM Network here Mentioned on this episode: 400,000 fabrication works short by 2024 Do you want to weigh in on this episode?

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8 things pushing the growth of game-based learning

eSchool News

Revenue for game-based learning and education is projected to reach more than $24 billion by 2024, according to a new market forecast. That suggests AI revenues will climb to just over $800 million by 2024. Metaari’s 2019-2024 Global Game-based Learning Market study , released by Serious Play Conference, notes that growth in AI game-based learning also is expected to skyrocket, analysts say.

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6 must-haves in a modern media center

eSchool News

Our county is on track to outpace the nation’s population growth between now and 2024, and is posting 8.7 percent annual growth (compared to 3.9 percent for the U.S. as a whole). With a current population of over 1.4

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What’s keeping districts from spending COVID relief funding?

eSchool News

Districts received funds based on their Title I funding, and ESSER funds must be spent by September 2024. Supply chain issues make it difficult to spend the funds before their September 2024 expiration.

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How Mississippi is prioritizing student learning and safety

eSchool News

Districts that decide to implement the new services will have free access to them through the end of the ESSER III funding cycle, September 30, 2024.

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Guest post: Biggest eLearning content trends of 2020 and beyond

EdTech4Beginners

In fact, expected to grow at a compounded annual growth rate of 5% between 2019 and 2024 and expected to cross the $200 billion mark by 2024. . If we go by Training Magazine’s prediction about the eLearning industry, it will be safe to say that Online learning is not a small industry anymore. Learning through a virtual medium has become highly popular over the last decade.

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National STEM/STEAM Day Nov. 8th

Ask a Tech Teacher

In celebration of National STEM Day, we challenge you to engage and inspire the Artemis generation as we go forward to the Moon by 2024 and continue to innovate in the areas of Earth science and aeronautics. National STEM Day is November 8 and the unofficial holiday celebrates science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education throughout the United States. Here are some great ideas for celebrating: Ten Ways to Celebrate National STEM Day with NASA | NASA.

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The problem child care subsidies can’t solve: the shrinking provider pool

The Hechinger Report

The last of those funds, which came from the American Rescue Plan and totaled about $39 billion , are set to expire in 2024. “It

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MIND Research Institute Debuts InsightMath, a Neuroscience-Based Elementary Curriculum

eSchool News

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AR is here. Is your classroom onboard?

Neo LMS

billion by 2024. Augmented Reality (AR) is more and more present in a variety of domains. Education is one of them. And this is not surprising since the current generation of students have lived all their lives surrounded by technology and always in contact with it.

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PROOF POINTS: Third graders struggling the most to recover in reading after the pandemic

The Hechinger Report

The vertical red line represents the deadline for committing federal ESSER funds (September 2024). As the coronavirus pandemic ravaged communities and shuttered schools, many educators and parents worried about kindergarteners who were learning online.

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K–12 Schools Work to Incorporate Computer Science into Curriculums

EdTech Magazine

According to the App Association , there will be approximately 1 million unfilled computing jobs in 2024. K–12 Schools Work to Incorporate Computer Science into Curriculums. eli.zimmerman_9856. Wed, 09/19/2018 - 12:15. Forecasts report that computer science skills will be essential for the future workforce, creating a need for K–12 experts to work harder to incorporate such lessons into the curriculum. .

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7 things K-12 IT teams can do now to manage OT risks

eSchool News

That said, there’s always the issue of whether there will be sufficient funding for maintaining these cybersecurity defense mechanisms in place when the IIJA and ESSER funding streams end in 2024. The education sector continues to get slammed by cyberattacks.

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Why Esports in Schools is a Good Thing

ViewSonic Education

Computer-related occupations are the largest projected category of new jobs between 2014 – 2024. (By Esports are here to stay. As a spectator sport and as an industry. In colleges and in high schools. And in no small way. Competitive gaming has become a billion dollar business and is projected to grow exponentially. The prevalence of esports in schools is likewise rapidly expanding.

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Education’s Destruction or Salvation? The Real Truth about Artificial Intelligence

EdNews Daily

By 2024 it’s predicted almost half of learning management tools are going to be AI enabled. You may know what artificial intelligence (AI) is. Then again, you may only think you know. Education futurists and technology experts have been heralding its arrival in your classrooms for years.

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InsightMath, a New Core Curriculum to Make All Students Powerful Problem Solvers

MIND Research Institute

Launching in spring 2024, InsightMath will further MIND’s mission to mathematically equip all students to solve the world's most challenging problems. See Math. Learn Math. Love Math. There’s a new program by MIND Research Institute right around the corner!

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Chinese New Year- What Animal Am I?

Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

1928, 1940, 1952, 1964, 1976, 1988, 2000, 2012, 2024), you are likely to be associated with the following attributes: standing for one's family, bravery, ambition, and generosity. Chinese New Year, also known as Lunar New Year or Spring Festival, always falls on a date between January 21 and February 20. In 2023, Chinese New Year will fall on Sunday, January 22.

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The Early Childhood Sector Could Become Education’s Most Notable Example of 'Learning Loss'

ED Surge

As 2022 turns into 2023, EdSurge asked educators and education leaders to share reflections on learning “lost” and “gained.” Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, education policymakers have debated the best ways to prevent and remedy learning loss.

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Rethinking community college supports for single moms

The Hechinger Report

Delgado is one of four community colleges that received $50,000 to design programs toward the goal of increasing the degree and credential attainment by 30 percent for single moms by 2024. “It’s When single moms are college students, complications and barriers abound.

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PROOF POINTS: Shift to all-digital SAT could lead to some winners and losers

The Hechinger Report

The College Board’s announcement that it is ditching the paper-and-pencil SAT in 2024 and administering the college admission exam only by computer raises a confounding question: do students perform better on paper or digital tests?

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For Back to School, Savvas Supports Educators and Students With Innovative Solutions to Maximize Personalized Learning

eSchool News

Civics Interactive © 2024 is a brand-new, all-digital program that’s designed to actively promote civic engagement for young adults in grades 6-12.

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PROOF POINTS: Researchers say cries of teacher shortages are overblown

The Hechinger Report

Schwartz says her biggest worry isn’t current teacher shortages, but teacher surpluses when pandemic funds run out after 2024.

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Sophomores in name only: Helping students start their second first year

The Hechinger Report

Mariah Davis moved from Farmington Hills, Michigan, to St. Louis to begin her freshman year at Washington University last year, but she took all but one of her courses on Zoom from her dorm room.

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KyEdRPG, Part Two: The Power of a D & D Club

Adam Watson Edtech Elixirs

D & D has some changes and expansions coming up, such as the Spelljammer sourcebook which allows your characters to play in outer space, and a playtest of a new backwards-compatible edition that will be launched in 2024.

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Purchasing Gradelink With Public Funds

Gradelink

30, 2024). PURCHASE GRADELINK WITH PUBLIC FUNDS. A number of private schools have used public funds to purchase Gradelink through their local school district.

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OPINION: As the coronavirus drives students apart, one college devises a course to keep them together

The Hechinger Report

We saw the course as a sort of love letter to the Class of 2024. Our last in-person class took place on March 4, a few hours before the campus emptied for what we thought would be Spring Break.

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Designing Classrooms Fit for Early Learners

ED Surge

The center, which is in its final design phase, will open its doors in fall 2024 to serve 245 2- to 5-year-olds in the district.

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Education Stimulus Funding: The Who, What, and Why

edWeb.net

In the third round, the federal government made its largest contribution to K-12 education: $130 billion to be spent by 2024. By Stacey Pusey. WATCH THE EDWEBINAR RECORDING. LISTEN TO THE PODCAST.

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How to use Notion

Cool Cat Teacher

Currently, he is pursuing a Doctorate of Educational Leadership at Texas Tech University with an expected graduation date of May 2024. From the Cool Cat Teacher Blog by Vicki Davis Follow @coolcatteacher on Twitter. Today's guest, Chris Chappotin, shares how he uses Notion to organize himself.

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COVID Aid Gives Schools a Chance To Improve Digital Operations, but Time Is Running Out

ED Surge

But there is a strict deadline: Schools must tap into ESSER no later than September 2024, which means the race is on for schools to find ways to use the money before they lose it.

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Curriculum Associates Sponsors the Council of the Great City Schools’ Inaugural Dr. Michael Casserly Legacy Award for Educational Courage and Justice

eSchool News

In June 2021, Casserly will step aside from this role and become a strategic advisor to CGCS through 2024. Casserly, Executive Director of the Council, to select an educator pursuing a graduate-level education degree to receive a $10,000 scholarship.

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How to make the upcoming eclipse an incredible STEM lesson

eSchool News

After this year, the next total solar eclipse happening stateside will be in 2024 and then again in 2045. Later this summer, science and STEM teachers will have the opportunity to engage students in a truly unique—and rare—learning opportunity as a total solar eclipse will span portions of the United States for the first time in 38 years.

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What is a good MCAT score?

Brainscape

Some medical schools, however, have a habit of only stratospherically high MCAT scores, like the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania, whose average MCAT score for the class of 2024 was 521.7.

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3 tenets for developing cultural competency in schools

eSchool News

This is in large part due to a shift in the demographic makeup of the student population (non-white students are expected to make up the majority of public schools by 2024) while the demographic makeup of the teaching workforce remains constant ( 80 percent of teachers during the 2015-2016 school year were white). Although educational equity is a fundamental pillar of the American education system, school districts are struggling to ensure their students feel included, safe, and supported.

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EDITORIAL: California moving too slowly on computer science graduation requirements

eSchool News

Bureau of Labor Statistics has forecast a shortage of 1 million computer science graduates by 2024 — and given that a comprehensive 2016 survey showed college graduates majoring in computer science had the highest starting salaries — this amounts to institutional malfeasance on a staggering scale.

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Change is on the way for the College Scorecard

The Hechinger Report

Between 2014 and 2024, the Bureau of Labor Statistics expects a 13.8 The U.S. Department of Education is planning to add a lot more data to its College Scorecard , the online database of information about two- and four-year colleges and universities. It has been heavily criticized for lacking information on the earnings and debt for college students. Users can look up individual institutions to find details on cost, graduation rate, student body demographics and other characteristics.

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The American Rescue Plan: Encouraging Transformation, Impact, and Longevity

edWeb.net

September 30, 2024 is the ARP obligation deadline. Blog post by Michele Israel based on this edLeader Panel.