The era of “Big Data” has overtaken the field of education. New technology promises to transform education, facilitating previously unimagined learning opportunities and, from a purely administrative standpoint, allowing educators to complete in seconds what used to consume laborious hours.
About Joy Pullmann
Joy Pullmann is an education research fellow of The Heartland Institute and managing editor of School Reform News, a national monthly publication. She is also the 2013-14 recipient of a Robert Novak journalism fellowship for in-depth reporting on Common Core national education standards. Previously, she was assistant editor for The American Magazine at the American Enterprise Institute. Pullmann has taught middle and high school students history, literature, and debate, and wrote high school public speaking curriculum. Pullmann graduated from the Hillsdale College honors
program with an English major and journalism concentration. She has been published by The New York Times, Washington Examiner, The
Weekly Standard, The Federalist, National Review Online, Human Events, Indianapolis Star, Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, Detroit News, Orange County Register, and various other U.S. newspapers and outlets.