Not sure if I am allowed to make contributions, but this caught my eye:
What Parents and Teachers Think About Education Data (September 12, 2018)
Personally I am positively surprised at the reported open-mindedness of parents regarding use of data about their children by teachers.
On the teacher level, the challenges are reasonable and known, at least I assume as much for members of this community: limited skills, limited time, low prioritization by officials, insufficient development of supporting tools.
It also links to a 4-step policy plan to "Make Data work for Students" which at first glance I believe it is compatible with Moodle Learning Analytics approach
Full disclosure, I do not know more about the Data Quality Campaign, its motives, nor its potential conflicts of interests than what shows on its website. It is largely funded by philanthropies from wealthy people and corporations.