as people around the country gather tonight to pay their respects to #eurydicedixon, please remember at least 30 women have already been killed in australia this year #saytheirnames (research via destroy the joint) pic.twitter.com/VRAH4uYu90
— maddison connaughton (@madconnaughton) June 18, 2018
Researchers have begun to propose using genetic data from students to personalize education. Bringing genetics into education is highly controversial. It raises significant concerns about biological discrimination and rekindles long debates about eugenics and the genetic inheritance of intelligence.