Research


"FACEBOOK FUNDED MOST OF THE EXPERTS WHO VETTED MESSENGER KIDS." Nitasha Tiku. Wired. 14 February 2018.

"What Is a 'Quality' Curriculum?" Nancy Flanagan. Education Week. 9 February 2018.

"The controversial Silicon Valley-funded quest to educate the world’s poorest kids." Jenny Anderson. Quartz. 22 January 2018.

"New US Dept of Ed Finding: Schools Cannot Require Parents or Students to Waive Their FERPA Rights Through Ed Tech Company’s Terms of Service." Amelia Vance. Future of Privacy Forum. 19 January 2018.

"5 Risks Posed by the Increasing Misuse of Technology in Schools." Diane Ravitch. EdSurge. 29 December 2017.

"More personal means more equitable and just." Jim Shelton. Medium. 8 December 2017.

"6 Key Insights: RAND Corp. Researchers Talk Personalized Learning." Benjamin Herold. Education Week. 7 November 2017.

"A new study shows that students learn way more effectively from print textbooks than screens." Patricia A. Alexander and Lauren M. Singer. Business Insider. 15 October 2017.

"Lack of Protections in #PersonalizedLearning Software Programs Puts Privacy of Students and Families at Risk." Roxana Marachi, Ph.D. National Education Policy Center. 16 August 2017.

"Personalized Learning: What Does the Research Say?" Benjamin Herold. Education Week. 18 October 2016.

"Facebook education software spurs privacy fears." The Times-Picayune. 12 October 2016.

"Following the Money in Personalized Learning." Robin Lake. CRPE: Reinventing Education. 22 April 2016.

"Despite its high-tech profile, Summit charter network makes teachers, not computers, the heart of personalized learning." Nichole Dobo. Hechinger Report. 1 March 2016.

"Zuckerberg’s Expensive Lesson." Joe Nocera. The New York Times. 8 September 2015.

"Facebook Takes a Step Into Education Software." Vindu Goel and Motoko Rich. The New York Times. 3 September 2015.  

"The astonishing amount of data being collected about your children." Valerie Strauss. The Washington Post. 12 November 2015.

"The Deconstruction of the K-12 Teacher: When kids can get their lessons from the Internet, what's left for classroom instructors to do?" Michael Godsey. The Atlantic. 25 March 2015.

"Not Students and Teachers But Learners and Facilitators." Charles J. Schwahn. School Administrator. November 2014.