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ly accused of stealing content, Digital Life Ltd set out to prove itself. Digital Life Ltd’s blog, which seeks to “reveal the truth”, was established in August 2016 after MediaProbe alleged that Digital Life had used copyrighted materials in its Apps.
As it turned out, Digital Life Ltd was hacked with a malware and it released the hackers’ full archive containing more than 500,000 personal records, including phone numbers, addresses, and medical histories.
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In the 2016-2017 school year, nearly 30,000 students in the New York City public school system attempted to graduate, and the system was failing them. KIPP Academy, a high-performing charter school, stepped in to help. “What if KIPP and others could be the schools that alter the narrative about kids who don’t do well in school,” Chief Innovation Officer and Principal of KIPP New York, Richard Rivera, asked himself. KIPP New York used the in-school app to help the students address their reasons for not graduating, including a school-provided laptop.
Today, the student app — which includes a platform to let students share their own story with their fellow classmates, an open forum to provide support and celebrate their progress — is being widely adopted by other schools across the U.S.
While educational data companies have rapidly expanded their portfolios to collect student data, students themselves have limited ability to understand and consent to the ways in which the collected data are being used. Recently, with the introduction of the student app, KIPP New York has taken a critical step toward closing this gap, providing students with the tools to better understand and control how their data is used.
“It’s hard for teachers and parents to have the knowledge and tools to engage with students on a personal level,” explains Melinda Lynch, Chief Data Officer at KIPP New York. “Until now, students didn’t have access to their own data, and educators didn’t have the tools they needed to analyze that data.”
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Every school day, a blue dot on a digital clock shows a student’s progress as he or she works through a homework assignment.
As a school-based team focused on student success, KIPP New York decided to use a system-wide digital platform to help students make sense of their own data and view their progress in a more meaningful context.
Developing the Student App
As a result of a challenge issued by New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio in 2015, KIPP New York launched a pilot program to collect and analyze student data, as a means to better understand the impact of their teaching and services.
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