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 scrappy, critically thinking, non-cooperators to remain on the board when gameplay begins. The “college and … Continue reading Saying No To Naviance: Active Non-Cooperation Is The Best Form of Resistance
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 12th grade but actual implementation will be left school to school. Once parents have forfeited … Continue reading No Thank You to Naviance
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 Seattle Public Schools Board of Directors, an opt-out provision was included in the contract signed … Continue reading Seattle’s Naviance Opt-Out Go Round
Reposted with permission from Missouri Education Watchdog. What to do when a vendor wants to know EVERYTHING about your child but won’t tell you what they are doing with the data? WHO DOES NAVIANCE SHARE DATA WITH? We have found … Continue reading Naviance Not So Transparent & Cooking Up Data Starting in Kindergarten?
Reposted with permission from Missouri Education Watchdog. While having an online platform to manage all your information sounds convenient, consider what information is being uploaded and who has access to this sensitive data. Remember, under the weakened privacy law FERPA, personal … Continue reading Childhood Lost: Schooling a Workforce.