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New proposal offers federal funding for AI literacy in higher ed

The 'Artificial Intelligence Literacy Act' would provide grants to help develop interdisciplinary programs with nontraditional learners in mind and cultivate hands-on lab opportunities, all in order to facilitate a new wave of digital education.

Nearly 80% of admissions officers were against the fall of affirmative action. How have they coped?

Despite the firm resolve of institutions to maintain similar student diversity benchmarks, nearly half (45%) said they were concerned about the difficulty of recruiting and retaining a diverse body, according to a new report by Acuity Insights.

Us against the world: How are higher ed’s latest trends impacting the U.S. and Canada?

Instructure's latest report discovered that U.S. and Canadian students are behind in adopting AI and are the most afflicted by mental health concerns, among other findings.

Universities can make their own AI chatbot tutor. Keep these 3 practices in mind

An AI tutor's insight can help human educators track student progress, identify at-risk students and take the next best actions to help students in need.

How admissions offices worked around court rulings and tech trends to uphold core values

The Common App marks the latest front for colleges and universities to maintain their dedication to diversity and integrity amid emerging roadblocks.

Instructors want to encourage AI use among students. First, they need guidance from leaders

Many teachers are using the technology to prepare students for a future inevitably accompanied by AI. But few educators have received guidance from administrators on how to do so.

Struggling to develop AI programs? Look no further than these 4 schools

The need for AI extends beyond student sentiment. PwC predicts AI's economic impact in North America will reach $3.7 trillion by 2030, translating to a 14.5% boost in the country's GDP.

How should we teach with AI? The feds have 7 fresh edtech ideas

Keeping humans at the center of edtech is the top insight in the federal government's first stab at determining how colleges should teach with AI amid concerns about safety and bias.

Existential threat: Students worry AI will replace their skills and knowledge

A report by Momentive found that students believe AI renders their critical thinking skills obsolete, echoing similar alarms other professionals have sounded about the powerful technology.

Here are 4 ways AI is already impacting higher education

As the implementations of AI continue to stun university officials, here are some of the most prominent facets of higher education being both positively and negatively affected by the game-changing technology.

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