Utah and Oklahoma Moms Chat About Data Mining Children Without Our Consent   2 comments

 

Moms Alyson Williams, Jenni White, Alisa Ellis and Christel Swasey, of Utah and Oklahoma, chat in a Google Hangout about their concerns and experiences with government data mining children without parental consent.

2 responses to “Utah and Oklahoma Moms Chat About Data Mining Children Without Our Consent

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  1. We must get the government out of our schools. Data mining violates our right to privacy. Like standardized testing, the shared information has no direct value to the students. Control of curriculum, testing, and personalizing of instruction,must remain in the control of the parents, teachers, and the local schools ONLY!

  2. Pingback: Introduction to data mining our kids | Stop Common Core in Washington State

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