“The consumerist path of least resistance in America takes you to Amazon for books, Uber for transportation, Starbucks for coffee, and Pandora for songs. Facebook’s ‘Trending’ list shows you the news, while Yelp ratings lead you to a nearby burger. The illusion of choice amid such plenty is easy to sustain, but it’s largely false; […]

via Consumer Choice in Schooling: Algorithms and Personalized Learning (Part 1) — Larry Cuban on School Reform and Classroom Practice

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