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Sehreen Noor Ali at her home in New York, NY on June 14, 2014. Following a blog post by a young developer who says she was raped and sexually assaulted at the nation's largest ed-tech conference last year, many are calling for new policies and a public discussion of sexism and sexual violence in the ed-tech industry. Ed Tech Women, a national networking organization, is among those calling for improved codes of conduct at ed-tech conferences and events.

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Sehreen Noor Ali at her home in New York, NY on June 14, 2014. Following a blog post by a young developer who says she was raped and sexually assaulted at the nation's largest ed-tech conference last year, many are calling for new policies and a public discussion of sexism and sexual violence in the ed-tech industry. Ed Tech Women, a national networking organization, is among those calling for improved codes of conduct at ed-tech conferences and events.