‘Bill of Rights’ wants to keep massive online classes from being ‘Instagram of higher ed’

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A group of educators, including online course startup Udacity, today released a “Bill of Rights” meant to protect the interests of students in online education… In rather lofty language, the bill puts forth a set of “inalienable rights,” including the rights to access, privacy, personal data and intellectual property, as well as financial and pedagogical transparency.”

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