Big Data in Education: Is Information Asymmetry an Unintended Consequence?

By Massimiliano Claps – January 21, 2015
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Big data and analytics are being used in the education sector to personalize student curricula, but also to screen students that are likely to succeed and "cream" those that are expected to fail. That could create policy failures.


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Massimiliano Claps

Massimiliano Claps is Associate Vice President for IDC Government Insights and IDC Health Insights in EMEA. Mr. Claps core research coverage includes digital transformation in government, with a…


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