Strength in Borders: Sourcing Global Data Science Innovation

U.S. education leaders lament our relative progress to other countries, but do little to proactively collaborate with those who are charging ahead. But K-12 data science does things differently. Born from global collaboration, data science education advocates leveraged global connections to accelerate a new field from its inception. From the first-ever cross-country K-12 learning framework to international exchange of research and curricula models, join us to learn how going global made data science education a reality and what lessons we can learn from our partners across the globe.

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Kate Farrell

University of Edinburgh, Moray House School of Education

Tue Halgreen

Organization for Economic Cooperation & Development

Ronit Nehemia

Israel Ministry of Education

Conrad Wolfram

Wolfram Research Europe

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