Greenspring institution in Lagos Nigeria is set to offer education in artificial intelligence to its students.
Mrs. Lai Koiki reinstated the school’s decision during celebrations to mark 35 years of service by the school.
Koiki reiterated that the future will be dominated by artificial intelligence and there was a need to prepare learners through education in artificial intelligence in advance.
Greenspring school’s preparations for education in artificial intelligence
In readiness for the task ahead, the school has started building technological labs with examples in sea laboratory and virtual reality labs. Research can be conducted in the laboratories for learners to explore and discover education in artifical intelligence.
Students interested in flying will also learn through simulation. In as much as the school remains one of the most prominent British International Schools in Nigeria, it remains committed towards learners‘ excellence in education in artificial intelligence and life skills.
Greenspring international schools have in the last 35 years churned world leaders, moving from kindergarten to through to setting up a teacher’s college.
Koiki said the institution was determined to surpass the achievements realized after 35 years and reiterated that the school would continue supporting the surrounding community, especially the public schools where help was most needed.
In the same vein, Bola Kolade the principal of Anthony campus a branch of Greenspring school said that in 35 years, the school leadership had maintained an interest in education in artificial intelligence and was passionate in working with learners to enable them to meet their career goals.
In his remarks, Kolade termed education as a vehicle for transformation and any nation’s best resources lay in skilled human resources which is able to drive growth in their economies.
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