Today, many priorities for improvements to teaching and learning are unmet. Educators seek technology-enhanced approaches addressing these priorities that would be safe, effective, and scalable. Naturally, educators wonder if the rapid advances in technology in everyday lives could help.

This report from the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Educational Technology examines the rapid pace of artificial intelligence, its impact on teaching and learning, and the opportunities and risks that AI presents.

The study also suggests that the federal government, states, higher education institutions, school districts, and other partners work together to:

  • Emphasize humans-in-the-loop.
  • Align AI models to a shared vision for education.
  • Design AI using modern learning principles.
  • Prioritize strengthening trust.
  • Inform and involve educators.
  • Focus research and development on addressing context and enhancing trust and safety.
  • Develop education-specific guidelines and guardrails.

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