Jules Polonetsky writes:
New York State is working on a system that will track students from pre-kindergarten to the work force. The goals are noble. Despite the billions we spend on education, we don’t have the data to evaluate what works. But what are the risks of assembling detailed data about every student’s abilities? Privacy advocates are sounding the alarm, worried about the implications of sharing this data. Parents and policymakers are being drawn into the fray, but often aren’t steeped in the full scope of the debate.
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