Jane Robbins: We oppose a proposal by the National Center for Education Statistics to join OECD in conducting the International Early Learning Study (IELS).
Please submit comments before MIDNIGHT, MONDAY 2/13 opposing this latest global taxpayer funded psychological data mining scheme of our youngest children.
Current online data privacy legislation is a ruse protecting very little and makes vulnerable some of the most private characteristics of our children.
Jane Robbins: The data that can be gathered from VR gaming tech is massive, but of greater concern is how it can alter kids’ thoughts and behavior.
Wearable tech will become mainstream in schools in four to five years. The new technology brings with it new concerns for parents about student data privacy.
The education establishment is colluding with Big Data to obliterate opting out by promoting “embedded assessment” within the digital-learning platforms.
Karen Effrem: The House Appropriations Committee took some very commendable action in with regard to the education budget in general and some important specifics.
ACT Foundation and the Institute for the Future give their vision of the future of education surrounding a tool called The Ledger which is downright scary.
The Florida Stop Common Core Coalition released their score cards of candidates in six contested primaries Florida Senate and House primaries on August 30th
Dozens of groups have joined Liberty Counsel to object to the plan for the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) to assess student mindsets.