— Cathy Hills (@fleurhills) March 23, 2017
This map makes visible a geography of academic achievement with inherent class and race implications and shows educational achievement as both marking and constructing divisions in society.
Big data can be harnessed for good or wielded as unimpeachable fact to direct our action in pursuit of anothers’ gain. As Enyon states,
as a community we need to shape the agenda rather than simply respond to the one offered by others
(Enyon, 2013, p.238)
Eynon, R. (2013). The rise of Big Data: what does it mean for education, technology, and media research? Learning, Media and Technology. pp.237-240.