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

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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

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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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8 reasons game-based learning is growing

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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.

8 things pushing the growth of game-based learning

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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.

The Future of Education Technology

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The education technology market is currently valued at more than half a billion dollars, and analysts forecast that the market will reach $6 billion by the year 2024. Original Article Source: [link]. With the exponential emergence of radical, innovative technologies, such as artificial intelligence (AI) and virtual reality (VR), the way that kids learn is undergoing a radical transformation.

Guest post: Biggest eLearning content trends of 2020 and beyond

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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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Why Esports in Schools is a Good Thing

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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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K–12 Schools Work to Incorporate Computer Science into Curriculums

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

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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. The lesson featured two art historians, a microbiologist, a writing specialist, the library director and me, a historian in sports studies.

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

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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. Some say it will revolutionize education, allowing for the first time, real learner personalization for every student no matter that student’s interests or abilities.

3 tenets for developing cultural competency in schools

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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.

How to make the upcoming eclipse an incredible STEM lesson

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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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Change is on the way for the College Scorecard

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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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EDITORIAL: California moving too slowly on computer science graduation requirements

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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.

Too little aid for low-income STEM majors?

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percent from 2014 to 2024, compared to 6.4 When low-income students get a need-based grant, in addition to other financial aid, they are more likely to study science, technology, engineering or math (STEM) than are peers who don’t receive this boost in aid, according to a recent study from the Hope Center for College, Community and Justice.

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Nutrition Credentialing Requirement Opens the Door to Online Degree Programs

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By 2024, registered dietitians (RD) will have to earn a master’s degree before they can take their credentialing exam from the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (AND), which the Commission on Dietetic Registration accredits. The new requirements don’t take effect until 2024, meaning the profession and institutions have several years to decide how they will adjust to the new requirements.

Before assigning homework, ensure that students have a home

The Hechinger Report

After we ask economists if we should increase the minimum wage to $15 per hour by 2024 , we must also ask a homeless family. A child waits with his family outside of the emergency overnight shelter intake center in the Bronx borough of New York City. Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images. “We We had to wake up at 5 o’clock in the morning because our school was far away. Sometimes we had to go to school late, because we had to wait for the bathroom.

Tennessee’s supplemental STEM curriculum available to all

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STEM careers in Tennessee are expected to grow 16 percent, with over 25,000 new jobs by 2024, and nationally, STEM jobs are growing at almost twice the rate as non-STEM careers. The Tennessee STEM Innovation Network, through legislative support, is making a supplemental STEM career awareness curriculum available at no cost to all middle schools in the state.

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Coding in the Classroom: Six Tips to Get Even Reluctant Teachers—and Students—Started

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million computing jobs by 2024. “I can barely fix a printer. If there is a non-tech way to do something, I will find it,” says Shanti Williams, a teacher at P.S. 34 Oliver H. Perry elementary school in Brooklyn, NY. Williams may have never considered herself to be a "tech person," but she recognized the value of code and discovered how a supportive community could empower her and her students to learn.

How Recruiters Can Use Gamification To Attract And Engage New Employees

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billion in 2018 and is projected to grow at an impressive CAGR of 32% to reach $ 40 billion by 2024.” Originally featured in Forbes, Jan 8, 2020. Can you think of a job opportunity you were excited about? You probably envisioned yourself in the role, but like so many others, you were concerned about the interview process, sitting face-to-face with a hiring manager to discuss your history and where you plan to be in five years.

Inside the unique STEM school for students with learning difficulties

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Eye-opening statistics about career readiness are seemingly everywhere these days, and nowhere is that more apparent than when it comes to the future of STEM, where jobs are rapidly growing — up to 17 percent from 2014 to 2024 by one estimate — and could reach 8.6 A new STEM academy for those with learning difficulties focuses on hard and soft skills.

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Challenging the tried-and-true, to serve a younger generation of students

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billion by 2024 from $1.7 The Hechinger Report is collaborating with The New York Times to produce Bulletin Board, page 2 of the Times ’ s education supplement, Learning. Sydney Rosario modeling the concept of hydrogen bonding in fifth grade last year at Our Lady of Mercy Academy in Park Ridge, N.J. Photo: Gabriela Fuentes. Biochemistry can be elementary.

OECD Releases Report on Automation and the Workforce

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According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics , in 2024 nearly 4.6 As technologies across the globe disrupt the workforce, researchers are frantically trying to estimate the impact machines, machine learning, and artificial intelligence (AI) will have on future jobs. The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) released a working paper on this topic.

America can’t reach its higher ed goals if it excludes its young Latino population

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By 2024, Latinos will make up nearly three in 10 students. Deborah Santiago. The job market today requires education beyond a high school degree. We encourage our kids that if they can “dream it, they can do it.”. For America to become the world leader in college degrees — and to reap the economic and social benefits that come with that success — we must close the educational attainment gap between Latinos and their white counterparts.

Pathways to jobs of the future opening via summer STEM programs

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percent growth of STEM occupations between 2014 and 2024, amidst concern that there won’t be enough trained workers to fill the jobs, despite the fact that STEM degree holders can expect to earn 29 percent more than non-STEM degree holders. Makkah Davis at a lectern presenting results from one of her Research Experiences for Undergraduates projects, with several fellow participants. Photo: Teranderose Russell for The Hechinger Report. ALLENTOWN, Pa.

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Revenue from Trilogy Bootcamps Help 2U, But Future Still Uncertain

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And it’s important to note that none of 2U’s university contracts are up for renewal until 2024. On his company’s latest quarterly earnings call, 2U CEO and co-founder Chip Paucek shared an example of why he brought his company—an online graduate program manager for colleges—into the coding bootcamp business.

Mississippi Learning: Five programs you should know about in Mississippi’s ESSA plan

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The state plans to expand the program to all Mississippi public schools by 2024. In this file photo, students at The Mississippi School for Mathematics and Science take notes during a science class. Mississippi’s ESSA plan calls for a computer science pipeline in schools. Photo: Jackie Mader. Mississippi is currently accepting public comments on its Every Student Succeeds Act plan, which describes how the state will meet requirements of the federal law.

Jobs in cybersecurity are exploding: Why are women locked out?

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million job openings projected by 2024. In an effort to get more girls at Red Bank to participate in the cybersecurity challenge, teacher Mandy Galante, center, recruited girls from nontech classes, including a dozen from a creative writing class. “We We want to get the girls who never even thought of doing this,” she said. Photo: Sarah Gonser for The Hechinger Report.

When math lessons at a goat farm beat sitting behind a desk

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If the state doesn’t find a way to hold on to its shrinking number of students — or persuade more workers to move to Vermont — it won’t be able to fill the jobs left vacant by retiring baby boomers, with more than 100,000 new job openings projected by 2024. Wess Wheeler (L), an independent learning opportunity student at Randolph Union High School, and Miles Hooper, manager and co-owner of Ayers Brook Goat Dairy farm, among the goats. Photo: Kelly Field for the Hechinger Report.

When the waters rise, how will we keep schools open?

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We’re only graduating in 2024. This story was produced as part of the nine-part series “Are We Ready? How Schools Are preparing – and Not Preparing – Children for Climate Change,” reported by HuffPost and The Hechinger Report, a nonprofit, independent news organization focused on inequality and innovation in education. This story also appeared in The Huffington Post. CHAUVIN, La. Izzy Allen, 13, has watched gas stations and grocery stores close.

Questioning the Core Assumptions of Personalized Learning With Math Blogger Dan Meyer

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Put these systems in place, and the kids between now and 2024 are going to get screwed? A few weeks ago, while perusing Twitter for news stories, a few folks on the EdSurge team came across a Tweet by math blogger, former teacher and current Desmos Chief Academic Officer Dan Meyer.

Impatient with universities’ slow pace of change, employers go around them

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million new tech jobs will be created between 2014 and 2024, many of them requiring people with data and computer-science credentials. Microsoft employees in Redmond, Washington. With a huge shortage of college graduates in data and computer science, tech companies are taking matters into their own hands and providing education directly to prospective tech workers. Photo: Stuart Isett for The Washington Post via Getty Images.

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An Assembly Line of Coding Students? Tough Questions for the Computer Science Movement

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In fact, the whole thing is set to expand by 12 percent by 2024. What does it really mean to prepare students for a future in coding careers? Clive Thompson, a freelance writer for Wired and The New York Times magazine, thinks the reality is not as rosy as many people think.

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How to Become the Netflix of Textbooks—and Make a Digital-First Transformation

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Open Educational Resources (OER): Lumen Learning’s David Wiley recently predicted that OER will eradicate textbooks in community colleges by 2024, forcing companies to redefine “affordable” with new products, such as MindTap ACE from Cengage. Disruptive forces in academic publishing have turned traditional models on their heads.

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Why Are Coding Bootcamps Going Out of Business?

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That 500,000 figure, incidentally, comes from a Bureau of Labor Statistics projection about the number of computing and IT jobs that will added to the US economy by 2024 , not the number of jobs that are available – filled or unfilled – today. Within the past week, two well-known and well-established coding bootcamps have announced they’ll be closing their doors: Dev Bootcamp, owned by Kaplan Inc.,