Monthly Archives: January 2019

Education News Scoop Jan.31, 2019

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Hear Ye, Hear Ye! All (well, maybe just a wee bit) the news that’s fit to print… and even more that isn’t but is printed anyway. Of the articles I come across, some may be worth sharing even if I, … Continue reading

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Education News Scoop Jan.30, 2019

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Hear Ye, Hear Ye! All (well, maybe just a wee bit) the news that’s fit to print… and even more that isn’t but is printed anyway. Of the articles I come across, some may be worth sharing even if I, … Continue reading

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The State Student Privacy Report Card

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The Parent Coalition for Student Privacy and The Network for Public Education have released a report card on each state’s privacy laws.  The report is called The State Student Privacy Report Card: Grading the States on Protecting Student Data Privacy … Continue reading

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Education News Scoop Jan.28, 2019

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Hear Ye, Hear Ye! All (well, maybe just a wee bit) the news that’s fit to print… and even more that isn’t but is printed anyway. Of the articles I come across, some may be worth sharing even if I, … Continue reading

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Education News Scoop Jan.27, 2019

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Hear Ye, Hear Ye! All (well, maybe just a wee bit) the news that’s fit to print… and even more that isn’t but is printed anyway. Of the articles I come across, some may be worth sharing even if I, … Continue reading

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Data To Go… with Cream and Sugar

People think things are free when they get something in exchange for some personal data.  Maybe it is free, if you don’t value your privacy.  There is a youtube video that I hope will help people realize they should be … Continue reading

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SEL: Love or Hate?

Rick Hess has written a recent post at EdWeek called SEL Is Easy to Love, Which Should Make Us Nervous.  Hess seems to be sitting the fence in trying to objectively presenting two sides of the issue while promoting SEL. … Continue reading

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Google Goggles get Fogged

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I seem to be on a roll here with more articles about technology and data privacy than about education.  And today continues that.  Hopefully, I will have an article about SEL posted in the next few days. Google Fined $57 … Continue reading

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The Data Scoop for the Day

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Yesterday I set out to post an education news scoop and instead featured an article about surveillance capitalism.  Today, I will include a few articles and will mainly focus on data, data, data before winding down to some education related … Continue reading

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Surveillance Capitalism: A Mutant Form of Capitalism

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I was going to include this article in a news scoop this morning but in reading it I thought it deserved a post of its own.  People should be alarmed.  Unfortunately, most are simply complacent, likely due to not being … Continue reading

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