Journalism & Digital Education Roundup, December 3, 2015

    by Julie Keck
    December 3, 2015

    1. Google collected data on school children without permission (Kim Zetter / Wired)

    2. USC Annenberg receives $5 million to increase newsroom diversity (Tracie Powell / All Digitocracy)

    3. How a president is fighting online harassment of minority students (Peter Schmidt / Chronicle of Higher Education)


    4. Millennials sound off on wearables and news consumption (Mike McKean / RJI)

    5. EQUIP program brings universities and coding boot camps together (D. Frank Smith / EdTech Magazine)

    6. Facebook CEO, spouse pledge enormous gift to education, health, communities (Sean Cavanagh / Education Week)



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