Tucker Carlson and Michelle Malkin discuss big tech’s infiltration into schools, the data mining that occurs, and what isn’t being done about it.
Shane Vander Hart: As schools expand their network connectivity and access to devices for students are they respecting parents who say no to additional screen time?
NetRef allows teachers to restrict what students access online, but also allows local schools to monitor the “real time internet activity” of students.
JaKell Sullivan: Intel helped draft a federal privacy bil, but there is ample evidence that what Intel wants is data interoperability, not data privacy.
Mary Byrne and Cheri Kiesecker: Invisible analytics, profiling, sharing or selling of data collected without consent or knowledge makes every Internet user vulnerable.
What have you done to limit your child’s/children’s screen time at home and at school? What are you experiencing in your child’s school?
Shane Vander Hart: Parents and schools will need to decide if the negative impact of education tech is worth the outcome of students emailing their teachers more.
Allison McDowell wrote a series of questions for parents to ask their children’s schools about the digital curriculum they use.
How will the digital age impact the reading habits of young students? Probably in more ways than we realize.
An Educational Psychology study showed that dividing attention in the classroom through the use of electronic devices reduced student exam performance.