Empowering educators to teach with AI and about AI

What is TeachAI?

Artificial Intelligence (AI) will have a transformative impact on the future of education globally. There is a pressing need for updated curriculum standards, courses, tools, and assessments to prepare students safely and equitably for an age of AI.

TeachAI is committing to provide thought leadership to guide governments and educational leaders in aligning education with the needs of an increasingly AI-driven world and connecting the discussion of teaching with AI to teaching about AI and computer science.

Our goals

Policy recommendations for teaching with AI

TeachAI will produce guidelines for policymakers, administrators, educators, and companies in best practices for safely using AI in education.

A global framework for computer science, including AI

Revisions to the K-12 CS Framework are necessary to reflect that CS instruction must teach about AI and teach using AI.

Public engagement for global stakeholder participation

TeachAI will engage diverse stakeholders through reports, webinars, and convenings in order to collect feedback and share learnings. Get updates.

Who are we?

American Indian Science and Engineering Society
Associação Nacional de Professores de Informática
Black in AI
Canada Learning Code
Center for Security and Emerging Technology
Chiefs for Change
College Board
Council of the Great City Schools
Cyber Innovation Center
Dell Technologies
Digital Promise
Educational Testing Service
Everyday AI
German Informatics Society
Grok Academy
Inter-American Development Bank
International Society for Technology in Education
Khan Academy
Micro:bit Educational Foundation
Micron Technology
National Association of State Boards of Education
National Center for Women & Information Technology
National School Boards Association
One Generation – Indigitize
Sociedad Científica Informática de España
Sociedade Brasileria de Computação
STEAMLabs Africa
Teach For America
The Council of Chief State School Officers
World Economic Forum

Dr. Carol Fletcher, The University of Texas at Austin
Dr. Diana Gehlhaus, U.S. Department of Defense,
Chief Digital and AI Office

Dr. Wayne Holmes, University College London
Dr. Glenn Kleiman, Stanford University
Dr. Mary Lou Maher, University of North Carolina at Charlotte

Dr. Ethan Mollick, University of Pennsylvania
Dr. Deb Raji, Fellow at Mozilla

Steering Committee

Global nonprofits at the intersection of technology and education

In coordination with the World Economic Forum

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