As quoted in:
Cavanagh, Sean. “Sony Vows to Bring ‘Blockchain’ Tech to Education. Will It Take Hold in K-12?” EdWeek Market Brief. 25 February 2016.
Conceivably, if blockchain were to help students keep track of and share records of their academic experiences – in brick-and-mortar schools, virtual classes, from other sources – it could add detail and sophistication to efforts to “personalize” education, said Doug Levin, the president of EdTech Strategies LLC, a consulting organization, in an interview.
While the blockchain concept is “pretty nascent and people are just starting to explore it,” Levin said, in theory it could “move the control over the transcript from the school to the family … the idea is, this could be a much more efficient process.”