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Italian public schools surrender email to Microsoft

Because it costs less, of course. But…

When Italy's lockdown means... Windows-only exams

Just a little University-in-lockdown story.

Flawed algorithms grading students told to cheat to get in college

We’re really reaching Peak College Bubble here…

It's time for Open Data in and from (not "ABOUT"!) schools

Preface

This essay expands a proposal on Open Data in schools that I made in 2011, which requires very little, if any, funding and central authorization/coordination to be implemented. As of this writing, I know of no other proposal of the same kind, with the exception of this 2012 presentation from New Zealand. Also, I have not heard of any large scale implementation, or had occasion to do any real work on this topic. However, I am even more convinced now than in 2011 that the idea has a great potential.

Trip report: Open Data in Skopje

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A couple of weeks ago I was invited at the first National Open Government Partnership Forum in Skopje, Macedonia, for the panel titled “OGP-related Initiatives at the Local Level - Comparative Perspectives”. Here’s a short trip report, complete of link to my slides.