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Student data privacy: Moving from fear to responsible use

May 23, 2016 | Brenda Leong

Student data privacy: Moving from fear to responsible use

Data has always been an inherent part of the educational process – a child’s age, correlated with her grade level, tracked to specific reading or math skills that align with that grade, measured by grades and tests which rank her according to her peers. Today this data is ever more critical. Education professionals seek understanding […]

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19 Times Data Analysis Empowered Students and Schools

March 22, 2016 | Brenda Leong

19 Times Data Analysis Empowered Students and Schools

Which Students Succeed and Why? “Thoughtful use of education data has tremendous potential to improve and address inequities in America’s education system. Scientists better understand how the brain incorporates new information and skills. Educators have a more accurate sense of student progress and potential risk for dropping out. Students and teachers use more detailed information […]

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