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Personalized chatbot tutors will likely revolutionize traditional education and benefit students: AI experts

AI-powered chatbot tutors will likely revolutionize traditional education and benefit students with one-on-one training, according to a University of California, Berkeley professor of computer science. ChatGPT has already made its mark among students, as younger generations rushed to use the chatbot that can mimic human conversations when it was released last year. Berkeley professor and

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Less than half of the children ‘have received a meaningful financial education’

Less than half (47%) of children and teenagers aged seven to 17 have received a meaningful financial education, according to a Government-backed body. The Money and Pensions Service (MaPS) estimates from its findings that around 5.4 million children across the UK do not have the money skills they will need in adulthood. Children living in

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17 regional student advocates appointed by the Quebec education ministry

The Ministry of Education on Wednesday named 17 regional student advocates who will assist their national counterpart, Jean-François Bernier. The education ministry announced in a press release that the chosen individuals would “handle all complaints from students and parents, including those concerning bullying, violence and sexual abuse against students attending an educational institution.” “With the

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Quebec’s new education reform, Bill 23, would grant more powers to ministers – Montreal

With roaring applause, members of the CAQ welcomed Education Minister Bernard Drainville’s reform at Quebec’s National Assembly on Thursday. Bill 23 would give the minister more powers, including the power to appoint general directors in school service centers and the power to reverse decisions made by those same employees. “To ensure coherence between the orientations

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Ex-MPs billed taxpayers over $90K in ‘transitional’ education benefits

Breadcrumb Trail Links News Canadian Politics Canada A Canadian Taxpayers Federation official questions why former MPs who already get large severance checks upon leaving office need access to such benefits Published April 18, 2023 • Last updated 3 days ago • 4 minute read Former Conservative MP Brad Trost, who lost his party’s nomination in

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Sask. budget’s funding for universities gets mixed reviews

The funding for universities in Saskatchewan’s budget for 2023-24 has received mixed reactions. The faculty association at the University of Regina says it is not enough to stave off staff cuts, while the University of Saskatchewan’s provost says it is a positive step. The latest budget included $764.8 million for the post-secondary education sector in

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