A day in the life of a data mined kid

Millions of pieces of data are being collected on students everyday. How safe is it?


Over the next year, we will explore the expanding role of technology in education; how the digital revolution is transforming teaching, learning and the business of the classroom, for better and for worse.

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ENGAGE: What’s vital, what’s viral, and what’s on your mind

Quiz: Students at the bar haven’t bounced back

Law school enrollment declined again in 2014.

Quiz: How colleges break your heart

Another private university sent acceptance emails to rejected students.

Quiz: If computers are smart now, just wait

Stanford University launches a long-term study of artificial intelligence.

Concept for federal college-ratings system is unveiled

Creating a sort of Consumer Reports for higher education is a "supremely challenging task."

Quiz: Hiding that standardized test behind a cute acronym

Getting grilled sounds better with a name like PAWS

Quiz: The art of the academic turnaround

Low-performing schools weigh in on how they try to improve.

Quiz: Who hits the books hardest?

American students spend six hours a week, on average, doing homework.