AI Bots are Killing the Teaching Profession — So What Will Replace It?
Imagine a world in which there are no more teachers. I know, what?
What will students do? How will they learn?
If you really want to understand what is happening to schools, teachers and students — then pay close attention to this article. And if you read to the very end — I will show you one last ditch attempt at reversing this trend.
Yes, I will show you how to fix the K12 system and also prevent AI Bots from replacing teachers — but if you don’t follow my advice, the future will become teacher-less.
Why Do We Need Teachers?
There are several ways to read this sub-heading. For example, if you put emphasis on the word “need” then the question we’re asking is why teachers are important.
But what if you place the emphasis on the word “why”, then what we’re really asking is why do teachers exist in the first place?
There are approximately 4 million teachers in the United States and every single one should be concerned that teaching, as a profession, might seriously become obsolete in the next decade.
And here’s the reason why?
You don’t need a teacher to teach the old and out-dated curriculum.
Before your eyes roll back and you want to throw the computer out the window — I’m not going into the weeds about curriculum. I know you don’t care and I know it’s too complicated to explain.
Instead, what I will do is explain what schools teach and why it’s cheaper to get an AI bot to do the same thing.
What Schools Teach
Just so we start with the same facts, let me lay out a few things first:
- The American Public School System was created and designed in the late 1870s
- The original curriculum schools used in the 19th century was teaching kids how to read, write and do math
- Around the first half of the 20th century, schools developed core subjects, such as English, Math, Science and Social Studies