eScholar’s White House presentation

As I mentioned on the blog a few weeks ago, I was invited to present at the White House Education Datapalooza last month. Though I gave a recap on the event, and shared some of our key lessons learned, I didn’t actually tell you much about my talk. But now, you can actually see my presentation online. Earlier this week, the US Office of Educational Technology posted a video of it on YouTube.

So how did I do for my first White House talk? More importantly, how do you think education data will free our students so they don’t feel like they’re trapped in a cage? Please leave your  comments on YouTube or on the blog below.




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