In this blogpost, Radhika Gorur, Joyeeta Dey, Moira V. Faul and Nelli Piattoeva reflect on some dilemmas and problems with regard to the decolonisation project ... Read More
The Decolonising Data Blog series is invested in hearing from a diverse range of scholars exploring how coloniality is implicated in the project of datafication, specifically in the contexts of education policy and international development. The current scholarship on decolonising education data engages largely with issues of representation in curriculum. In this series we would like to expand the focus and engage in a productive and focused dialogue on how contemporary data and datafication projects could be decolonised in the realms of EdTech, international assessments and international development, addressing issues such as surveillance and data harvesting. This, we believe, will require a reconsideration of the epistemologies and practices of conceptualising the producing, sharing and storing of education data.
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NORRAG welcomes contributions from a wide range of experts, including those from education policy, practice and research. In particular, we welcome contributions from experts from the Global South whose perspectives must be centred in these discussions. Contributions may respond to one of our Thematic Priorities:
To contribute to the series, please contact NORRAG at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Find below the most recent posts in the Decolonising Data Blog Series
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