The Collaborative for Student Success belittling parents and ignoring well-founded research that supports their arguments is a poor method of persuasion.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation after a two-year study found school devices are spying on kids who use them, and their parents are blissfully unaware.
Parents and citizens are alarmed by bills currently moving through the Alabama legislature to create a massive warehouse of education and workforce data.
Since President-elect Donald Trump’s choice for Secretary of Education, Betsy DeVos, is not giving interviews here are eleven questions Senators should ask.
How much does HIPAA apply to school-based mental health and what falls under FERPA instead? The answer is troubling considering how FERPA has been weakened.
In February 2013, the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Educational Technology released a draft of Promoting Grit, Tenacity, and Perseverance: Critical Factors for Success in the 21st Century. To many who were aware of this report, it was alarming and controversial. In the summary of this report it says. “There is a growing movement […]
Leonie Haimson and Cheri Kiesecker with the Parent Coalition for Student Privacy point out the astonishing amount of data being collected on our children.
Private information about students is made available for use in behavioral, psychological, and social science research unrelated to academics.
U.S. Senator David Vitter (R-LA) introduced the “Student Privacy Protection Act,” a bill that amends the General Education Provisions Act.
A particularly troubling aspect of the Common Core scheme is the emphasis on massive data-collection on students, and the sharing of that data for various purposes essentially unrelated to genuine education. U. S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan has said: Hopefully, some day, we can track children from preschool to high school and from high […]