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This volume brings together experts on various aspects of education to address many of the emerging issues and problems that affect how data are being used or misused in educational contexts. Readers will learn about the importance of using data effectively, responsibly, and ethically to fully understand how cognitive fallacies occur and how they impact decisionmaking. They will understand how codes of ethics deal with the use of data within education as well as in other disciplines. Chapters provide a landscape view of the regulations that pertain to data use and policies that have emerged, including the impact of accountability on data use and data ethics. The text covers data ethics in local education agencies, professional development, educator preparation, testing programs, and educational technology. Chapter authors recommend steps to improve awareness among educators, stakeholders, and other interested groups and suggest actions that can be taken to enhance educators’ capacity to use data responsibly. A final use case chapter describes the importance of data ethics in terms of equity in schools and includes salient examples of ethical dilemmas, with questions and reflections on how ethics and equity apply to each situation. The conclusion addresses data ethics in terms of professionalism and poses several recommendations to challenge educators in ways to raise awareness of and integrate data ethics into educational practice.
Contributors: Wayne Camara, Michelle Croft, Amanda Datnow, Chris Dede, Edward Dieterle, Sherman Dorn, Paul Gibbs, Edith S. Gummer, Beth Holland, Taryn A. Hochleitner, Jo Beth Jimerson, Marie Lockton, Ellen B. Mandinach, Sharon L. Nichols, Diana Nunnaley, Brennan McMahon Parton, Amelia Vance, Alina von Davier, Casey Waughn, Haley Weddle