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'The Ed-Tech Mafia'

I cannot believe that in the midst of everything I’m trying to accomplish right now I agreed to give a talk. But I did. And so tonight I spoke with the educators at NYCIST. They were very kind and put up with a very half-assed talk. Here’s the transcript:

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'Robots Are Coming For Your Jobs'

This is part eight of my annual look at the year’s “top ed-tech stories

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Education Technology and the Future of Academic Freedom

This is part seven of my annual look at the year’s “top ed-tech stories

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(National) Education Politics

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Education's Online Futures

This is part six of my annual look at the year’s “top ed-tech stories

Some of the most oft-told tales in education in recent years have the following plot: the students all move from “brick-and-mortar” to “online.” It’s an inevitable move, or so the story goes.

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I’m halfway through my annual series on the year’s “Top Ed-Tech Trends” – all the stories that we’ve been told about education technology and the future of education in 2017. Perhaps you’re overwhelmed by the word count. I know I am.

This means it’s also time to post my annual reminder that the work I do on Hack Education is supported almost entirely through readers’ donations.

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The Weaponization of Education Data

This is part five of my annual look at the year’s “top ed-tech stories

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Education Technology and the Power of Platforms

This is part four of my annual look at the year’s “top ed-tech stories

Way back in 2012, I chose “The Platforming of Education” as one of my “Top Ed-Tech Trends.” Re-reading that article now makes me cringe. I have learned so much in the intervening years, and my analysis then strikes me as incredibly naive and shallow.

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(National) Education Politics

Late last Friday, the US Senate did pass its version of a tax reform bill, one with scribbles in the margins and handwritten addenda because everyone now thinks “move fast and break things” is a genius tactic. Thanks, Zuck.

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Education Technology and the Business of Student Debt

This is part three of my annual look at the year’s “top ed-tech stories

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