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The U.S. Department of Education’s (DOE’s) Office of Technology recently reached out to AFSA to identify school leaders to join roundtables and share their insights on AI.
You know how most people try to get out of lunch duty? I love lunch duty. It connects me with kids.

As artificial intelligence (AI) takes center stage in discussions in every community and every industry, AFSA has been doing a great deal of research on how it will impact public education and your jobs.

As a starting point, we asked AI a few questions on the subject. Take a look at the answers we got back.

New resources and protections address mental health challenges and curbing gun violence in our communities.
In order to care for their schools, staff and students in a time of crisis, administrators must first care for themselves.
President Biden has met the moment in the face of extraordinary opposition and pulled us back from what could have been an intractable circumstance.
A delegation of Italian school leaders visited San Francisco to gain firsthand accounts regarding evidence-based practices that produce equitable student learning outcomes in a post-COVID-19 pandemic environment.
Negotiations were long and arduous and could not have culminated in an agreement without the steadfast support of every member.