Canadian students kick off new school year with climate change and AI in mind – National

Many students will likely feel a mixture of nervousness and excitement on Tuesday as they begin a new school year.

As disruptive pandemic measures seem behind them, parents and educators say a new set of issues could affect cla*sroom learning this year, including AI technology, affordability and change. climatic.

While in much of the country, the start of the school year promises to be like any other, the inhabitants of the regions of Canada ravaged by the forest fires find a very different landscape.

The BC government has said no schools have been damaged by the fires that have ravaged parts of the province, but that doesn’t mean students won’t be affected.

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The flames pa*sed near some schools in Kelowna, British Columbia, leaving behind destruction.

However, for residents of Yellowknife, summer vacation has been extended.

Typically, students would have returned to their cla*srooms on August 28, but the city is still under evacuation orders as the fires continue to burn, so the school will have to wait.

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