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Education Week | 02.14.17

Autopsy of inBloom Sparks Old Debates About Sharing Student Data

Monica Bulger, Patrick Davison, Mikaela Pitcan

D&S researcher Monica Bulger and D&S research analysts Patrick Davison and Mikaela Pitcan’s recent work with “The Legacy of inBloom” was profiled in this piece by Education Week.

“Not understanding something is not a reason for not allowing it to happen,” Monica Bulger, one of the report’s authors, said in an interview with Education Week. “When there are misunderstandings, people turn to fear-based scenarios. It’s appropriate to evaluate whether those fears are accurate.”

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