Cleveland City Schools announced a new initiative yesterday. Starting this school year, the Career and Technical Education (CTE) prog
Cleveland City Schools announced a new initiative yesterday.
Starting this school year, the Career and Technical Education (CTE) program will provide students with hands-on experience in Artificial Intelligence. This program has been made possible through a state grant and includes the integration of advanced robots from the company RobotLab.
Director of Schools, Dr. Russell Dyer, said “Artificial Intelligence is changing the landscape of information technology across the globe. We must harness this technology and teach students how to use it effectively while maintaining the integrity of their work,”.
The grant has enabled the acquisition of two four-foot robots and six two-foot robots from the company RobotLab. These state-of-the-art robots will provide students with an immersive learning experience, giving them the opportunity to explore AI technology in a practical and interactive manner. Officials say the program will help students gain skills in critical thinking, problem-solving, and AI applications.