1. China’s scramble to lock up resources in Africa has forced it to act more like a conventional superpower.
By Richard Javad Heydarian in Medium
2. Adaptive learning technology can give educators tools to keep kids who learn differently from falling through the cracks.
By Susan D’Auria and Ashley Mucha at Knewton
3. 2015 might be the year America starts to get online identity right.
By Alex Howard in Tech Republic
4. Changing a long-standing rule prohibiting sororities from hosting parties could reverse the power imbalance that underlies campus sexual assault.
By Michael Kimmel in Time
5. Ominous headlines notwithstanding, offline fraud and scams are still more costly to individuals and the government than cybercrime.
By Benjamin Dean in the Conversation
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