So, there is the NSA which is creepy (an unconstitutional) enough spying on every citizen in this country who has an email account or cell
Student Privacy Matters This is on their homepage: Federal Privacy Rights How can parents exercise their rights to protect their children’s privacy under federal law?
A new coalition called the Parent Coalition for Student Privacy released a letter today to the leaders of the committees of the House
inBloom is the creation of Bill Gates and Rupert Murdoch. From Diane Ravitch’s Blog: Is inBloom Engaged in Identity Theft? The Gates Foundation spent $100
This just in: The leaders of both houses of the New York State legislature have called for a two year moratorium on the Common Core.
If only they had channeled all of the money represented above into our public schools in Seattle rather than into financing the corporate takeover of
Update: January 22, 2013 House Bill 2133 for Student Privacy has been pulled from Executive Session for revisions and will be rescheduled for a committee vote next
Our first Meetup was a success with our guest, the newly elected School Board Director Sue Peters. We were also fortunate to have with us
The following is testimony that I will be giving at the Seattle School Board meeting on Wednesday, December 4, 2013 regarding the approval of Race
Corruption kills. This post is dedicated to Laporshia Massey. From Parents United for Public Education in Philadelphia: Her name is Laporshia Massey and our hearts
This is a very real issue. We saw a horrifying hand off of student data in Seattle two years ago. See: Should the School District