Our 2024 AI in Education Report reveals—among other things—a marked difference between administrator enthusiasm and teacher skepticism. While administrators eagerly adopt AI’s capabilities, teachers harbor doubts without proper training and safeguards. Overall though, cautious optimism prevails.

The findings confirm AI’s potential to enhance efficiency, engagement, and equity if thoughtfully implemented. However, as usage amplifies, addressing ethical dilemmas remains paramount, from student data privacy to academic integrity threats.

What is Artificial Inteligence?


Artificial Intelligence (AI) refers to the ability of machines or computer programs to perform tasks that typically require human intelligence, such as learning from data, recognizing patterns, making decisions, and solving problems.

As educators committed to shaping the future, it’s essential to explore the transformative power of AI and its implications for teaching and learning. With this in mind, we’re excited to introduce our latest insights in the report titled ‘Artificial Intelligence in Education: 2024 Report.’

AI in Education

AI in education employs computer systems to enhance teaching and learning experiences. It offers personalized learning paths, adaptive tutoring, and automated grading. AI analyzes student data to identify learning gaps, provide real-time feedback, and tailor instruction to individual needs. Additionally, AI-powered tools assist educators in curriculum development, content creation, and administrative tasks.

Using AI in the classroom offers several advantages and disadvantages.Our 2024 AI in Education Report offers key insights and practical tips for integrating AI into your classroom and school.  Learn how to balance innovation with ethics and to save administration time.

Download the AI in Education 2024 report here