Oct 11 2022
How AI Can Support K-12 Staffing Shortages for Reading Instruction
In a recent article for eSchool News our founder and CEO, Ameeta Jain, addressed how artificial intelligence (AI) can provide personalized reading practice for young children. “The latest test results show that fourth graders’ average reading skills have dropped…the biggest decline in 30 years.” We also know that if students are behind in reading, it puts their entire education at risk and limits career opportunities.
While some schools are not grappling with teacher decline, there still can be a shortage of tutors and other instructional staff to support the students who need it the most. In addition to staff shortages, there are also budgetary issues around providing one-to-one support.
“AI technologies are not designed to replace teachers, but they can support personalized reading instruction when teachers can’t.” They also can be an affordable solution for schools and districts. “With AI, we can extend the reach of every teacher.” Learn more about AI and personalized reading programs for your school.
Read the entire article HERE!