Benjamin Xie, PhD candidate at U Washington, will discuss How Data Can Support Equity in Computing Education, his recent article in ACM XRDS Magazine (Winter 2020).
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Data has historically been a tool of oppression. But if we consider how its interpretations and uses affect minoritized groups, data-driven tools could support diversity, equity, and inclusion in computing education and beyond.
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