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NESA To Phase Out Students By 2029

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Just this morning, the Head of the NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA), Peter Shergold, announced that extensive research data had successfully been gathered to determine the underlying cause for a lack of efficiency in education – students.

Following this, NESA has since released a 5-year long-term program to gradually phase students out, instead replacing them with various AI generative pre-trained transformers (GPTs) simulated off of each student’s optimal performance, should they have been learning themselves.

In a statement from NESA, Shergold mentions that “It really is the next crucial step in raising Australia’s most educated generation to come, there’s no greater point of inefficiency so we’re tackling it from the root cause.”

NESA is continuing their research into points of inefficiency in the education system and is set to make a statement on whether or not teachers will remain in the teaching system in early 2024.

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  • Year ten StudentDec 17, 2023 at 10:45 pm

    Is this story even true? I can’t find any news articles about it, and there’s nothing on the education GOV website.

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  • Anonymous Extension 2 Maths TeacherNov 15, 2023 at 3:06 pm

    Agreed

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