To our readers: You might have noticed that this site has been quiet for a while. Carolyn, my co-editor and good friend, discovered she had
From the League of Women Voters of King County October Newsletter The Board of Directors of the League of Women Voters of Seattle-King County unanimously
Reposted with permission from Wrench in the Gears. Of course the point of Naviance is to preemptively erase people like me. It won’t do for
Reposted with permission from Anarchoeducator. When it comes to schools and morality, no one wants to call out decisions made by school administrators as corrupt.
Reposted with permission from Feral Families. The district has designed a scope and sequence of how to use Naviance with a focus on 11th and
We’re rapidly entering a world of evidence-based decision making in public education. These decisions will be powered by vast amounts of data run through proprietary
Reposted with permission from Wrench in the Gears They were the original off-liners, people who never had to unplug, because they’d been written out of Solutionist
Reposted with permission from Missouri Education Watchdog. If you or your child have a Google account through school, you are going to want to read this.
Unfortunately, what looked to be a simple step to empower parents, when implemented, morphed into a bureaucratic and technical barrier. Much to the credit of
Reposted with permission from Wrench in the Gears I have laid out a set of ten questions that parents should be asking their child’s teachers and
Reposted with permission from Nancy Bailey’s Education Website. Teachers must be given smaller class sizes so they can get to know their students. Without addressing class
Exciting news and updates! Classrooms, Not Computers has found a new title for its campaign: Stop Corporate Surveillance in Schools: A Movement Supporting People-Powered Classrooms