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The study, involving over 6,000 educators, revealed a significant inclination toward the use of AI in educational settings.

As the partnership between ETS and PSI grows, their impact on education and workforce development is expected to be profound. The deal highlights strategic synergy and reflects a broader shift toward lifelong learning and career advancement.

A comprehensive analysis of global education systems reveals significant variations in academic rigor and demands. The study focuses on key factors such as education structure, exam difficulty, student stress levels, popular degrees, and university acceptance rates in countries including South Korea, Finland, Singapore, China, Japan, Hong Kong, Taiwan, South Africa, the United States, and Russia.

Businesses embrace AI, technology amid uncertainty, challenges in 2024

While not every sector anticipates significant growth in the new year, some confront strict budget cuts and the urgency to swiftly identify efficiency savings. Julie Mercer, the UK office lead at Nous Group, notes that the UK’s education sector, in particular, grapples with several challenges, requiring organizations to make tough strategic decisions.

The online tutoring market is witnessing rapid growth, projected to reach USD 27.63 billion by 2034, driven by the flexibility and personalization of digital education. Key growth factors include the use of AI, adaptive learning platforms, and interactive tools enhancing the learning experience.

The PISA 2022 report, assessing global education during COVID-19, included 700,000 students from 81 countries. It found varying pandemic impacts on educational performance. While 31 countries maintained or improved mathematics scores, with Australia, Japan, Korea, Singapore, and Switzerland excelling, the OECD average dropped significantly, indicating a loss of nearly a year’s learning.

The report highlights the region’s rapid technological growth, yet a persistent gap in how its population adapts to these changes, particularly in education. The piece explores issues like the digital divide, quality of digital educational content, and the challenges in efficiently integrating technology into educational systems.

Surveying 1,348 teachers globally, it found diverse usage of AI tools like language apps and chatbots, with mixed opinions on their impact. The report underscores AI’s potential in ELT but cautions against its uncritical adoption, advocating for a balance with traditional methods and emphasizing the need for teacher training and ethically designed AI solutions.

According to the paper by council Chairman Prof. Peretz Lavie and policy advisor Debbie Kaufman, the scientific ties between Israel and the world, including researcher exchanges, conference participation, sponsorships, post-graduate scholarships, and engagement in international research facilities, contribute to recognition, exposure, and international scientific standing.

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