Jan 092014
 January 9, 2014  Posted by  Youth & Schools

Bill Fitzgerald writes:

EdWeek has an article up about inBloom. It commits many of the standard errors when writing about data collection and student privacy. The entire piece is filled with minor errors, but rather than nitpick the entire thing to death I want to highlight some of the general types of mistakes that get in the way of a coherent discussion of data collection and student ownership of their data.

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