Message to Ed-Tech Companies: Check Your Ego, Involve Parents

Companies Need to Engage Families, and Focus on Developing Useful Tools, Says Rhode Island's Ed. Commissioner

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What are two key takeaways from the implosion of inBloom, an effort to house billions of pieces of student data from across the U.S. in the cloud? Ken Wagner, who worked in the New York state education department, shares “lessons learned” for today’s ed-tech providers.

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