Overview: Generative AI and Data in U.S. K-12 Education

Type: Webinar Recording
Topics: Technology & AI

June 21, 2023

Generative AI and Data in U.S. K-12 Education webinar

Your district can effectively use generative AI and data to enhance teaching, learning and overall educational outcomes. Join esteemed data and technology leaders (directly engaged in generative AI use and development) in this complimentary webinar, Overview: Generative AI and Data in U.S. K-12 Education on June 21 at 3:00pm ET.

Not only will participants explore the potential of generative AI and data in shaping the future of K-12 education, particularly in the United States, but you will also:

  • discover potential benefits/pitfalls of generative AI and data in K-12 education
  • learn strategies to ensure responsible and ethical use of generative AI and data
  • address challenges and concerns regarding privacy, security, and student data protection
  • review practical examples and success stories of generative AI and data integration in educational settings
  • obtain recommendations for effective use of generative AI and data


Andrew KoAndrew Ko, AASA chief innovation adviser; CEO and founder, Kovexa
Andrew Ko is president of Kovexa and AASA's newly announced chief innovation adviser. He has spent the last 25 years developing a well-rounded set of skills including sales, business development, consulting, accounting and corporate restructuring for the top management consulting and technology companies in the world. He brings a wealth of expertise to AASA, including a collaborative assembly of luminaries in the education and technology fields and an operations team with extensive experience in education innovation.




Kristen DiCerboKristen DiCerbo, Khan Academy
Kristen DiCerbo is the chief learning officer at Khan Academy, a nonprofit dedicated to providing a free world-class education to anyone, anywhere. She is responsible for developing and implementing a research-based teaching and learning strategy for Khan Academy’s offerings in order to improve student and teacher engagement and outcomes. Prior to Khan Academy, she was vice-president of learning research and design at Pearson, served as a research scientist supporting teaching and learning in the Cisco Networking Academies, and worked as a school psychologist in an Arizona school district.



Kim MajerusKim Majerus, Amazon Web Services
Kim Majerus is the vice president, global education, U.S. state and local government, in the worldwide public sector at Amazon Web Services (AWS). Her sales organization includes EdTech and GovTech independent software vendors (ISVs), solution and vertical strategy leaders who focus on health and human services, justice and public safety, transportation and the internet of things for state and local government customers. Prior to joining AWS, Kim spent 16 years at Cisco Systems, as vice president of Cisco Public Sector for the U.S. State, local and education market segment.


Serena Sacks-MandelSerena Sacks-Mandel, Microsoft
Serena Sacks-Mandel is the worldwide chief technology and transformation officer at Microsoft for the education industry. Prior to joining Microsoft, she was the chief information officer at two unique technically advanced large public-school districts where she enabled student centric teaching and learning which resulted in significant improvements in student outcomes. Prior to pivoting to education, she has led innovation teams at IBM, Walt Disney World and HMH, and provided management consulting support for many other organizations.



Samudra SenSamudra Sen, LearningMate Solutions
Samudra Sen (Sam) is the chief executive officer of LearningMate Solutions. Sam was the principal founder of LearningMate in 2003 with the mission of making education accessible and affordable using digital technologies. Over the last two decades, LearningMate has grown to become the world’s leading digital enablement company in the edtech sector today. Sam guides the vision while managing the company’s strategic planning and investor relations. He brings a wealth of knowledge in management, processes, delivery and implementation of online learning solutions.


Shantanu SinhaShantanu Sinha, Google
Shantanu Sinha is the VP and GM of Google for Education. In addition to bringing Google products like Workspace to schools, he has lead the build of educational products such as Google Classroom, which helps over 150 million students, teachers and education leaders worldwide, and new experiences like Practice Sets and Read Along, demonstrating the power of artificial intelligence for teaching and learning. Before Google, Shantanu was the founding president and chief operating officer at Khan Academy, where he helped build an organization that helped make personalized learning globally accessible and free.