Structural Justice in Student Analytics [...]

. An analytics process is part of a nexus in which problems, data and models, and interventions mutually support and inform each other. The underlying data is not an objective representation of reality but rather the end result of a translation process that is as much technical as it is social. These regimes of knowledge are structures laden with questions of justice. These structures confer intellectual authority on developers while shutting down critical inquiry with flippant injunctions against arguing with facts and dismissive contrasts between sound data and unfounded instinct. (Source)

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