Americans’ Attitudes About Privacy, Security and Surveillance

"And in a new Pew Research Center study on attitudes towards privacy, few Americans have any confidence that their data will remain private and secure. They also don't have much faith that government agencies can keep their records private and secure." | 0 Comments

Making Computer Science More Inviting

"When Sonja Khan started college, she’d never thought of studying computer science. But when she heard from friends that the intro class was good, she decided to give it a try — and then ended up majoring in it.
Four years later, she has just graduated with a computer science degree, is pursuing a master’s degree and is headed to a summer internship at Facebook." | 0 Comments

New Graduates Test the Promise of Competency-Based Education

"A program at Texas A&M at Commerce offers degrees are flexible, low-cost, and aimed at the needs of the workplace. Will they lead to jobs?"



Why Technology Will Never Fix Education

"Over time, I came to think of this as technology’s Law of Amplification: While technology helps education where it’s already doing well, technology does little for mediocre educational systems; and in dysfunctional schools, it can cause outright harm." | 0 Comments

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