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Hack Education

Tuesday, July 03, 2012

I've already asked this week, "who will benefit from badges?" I don't want to rehash that. But I do think we need to think about the promises of "unbundling education," and notice what we're repackaging elsewhere -- courses, content, access, power. A Closer Look At LearningJar. That’s a pretty critical opening salvo, I realize, to introduce a startup I’ve been following for a year now, a startup that wants to help address this gap between the learning we...

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