Dec 2, 2016 · 1 min read

Jim Shelton and Elizabeth Mason Discuss the Role Data Plays in Addressing Equitable Access to Education

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Jim Shelton:  At a time when smart policy struggles to overcome ideology, big data and technological advances of the 21st century can help us to more quickly and completely understand the impact of programs. With this insight, we can move past politics and focus on what works to address issues of equal opportunity and scale these solutions to communities in need.  Stanford Scial Innovation Review

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