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AI in School & Artificial Intelligence Can Really Make a Difference

What are some of the ways that AI technology can help to improve academic outcomes for students? There are a myriad of ways AI technology can be implemented in school to help improve testing, personalize student experiences and provide effective and efficient solutions for teachers. The AI technology offered by Lexplore for helping teachers assess student reading ability is just one example.  

In Part Two of AI – The Perfect Teacher’s Assistant, the educational technology professionals at Lexplore discuss the ways AI technology can benefit teachers and students and provide important background about Lexplore’s AI-based reading assessments that help to improve accuracy and efficiency in testing. To continue reading this article and learn more about the benefits of AI implementation in educational settings and the research behind Lexplore’s revolutionary new AI-based reading assessment, click here.

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