Skip to comments.Study: New Technology Development Pushed by Feds Allows for Data Collection on Every Child
Posted on 05/23/2014 10:32:39 PM PDT by george76
A new study released by the Boston-based Pioneer Institute finds that new technology development that has been encouraged through the use of federal grants has served to threaten childrens privacy by allowing the collection of data on every child.
Authors of the study Emmett McGroarty, Joy Pullmann, and Jane Robbins make the case that by means of the nationalized Common Core standards, which states were lured into adopting through competitive grants in the Obama administrations Race to the Top (RttT) stimulus program in 2009, the federal government has used grant funds to induce states to build identical, increasingly sophisticated student data systems.
the National Education Data Model suggests that states provide for the collection of over 400 data points on every child in the construction of their data systems.
Last year, Congress gutted the federal Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), leaving protections for student data significantly weakened. As more private companies donate education apps to schools in exchange for childrens information, the increasing threat of hacking the data of vulnerable children has become very real.
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Once the liberals finally understand that THEY are ALSO targets of survellance and oppressive profit via intrusive technological penalization measures they’ll be screaming their heads off but it will be too late...Libs, the government doesn’t love you. You’re just another means to end. They’re using you as a distraction while they pulling the real shenanigans in the background...
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