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The Age of Artificial Intelligence: How Educators Can Prepare Students for Tomorrow’s Jobs

January 9, 2018 1:04

Artificial intelligence will disrupt the workforce, and students need to be prepared. What must educators do to get young people ready for the coming disruptions? In this special Commentary collection, Education Week asked scholars, advocates, and futurists to discuss how schooling must change—and change soon—to meet the needs of a future we cannot yet envision.

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