A high school student speaks up about school funding and Washington State’s Paramount Duty

A high school student speaks up about school funding and Washington State’s Paramount Duty

McCleary decision, Paramount Duty, School Funding A high school student speaks up about school funding and Washington State’s Paramount Duty Date: April 20, 2018Author: seattleducation2010 0 Comments Although recent Washington state level budget changes have created a plan to fully fund education up to the point of no longer being under court sanctioned fines, the work

The Battle in Seattle Against a Charter School Invasion

The Battle in Seattle Against a Charter School Invasion

Charter schools, Seattle The Battle in Seattle Against a Charter School Invasion Date: May 24, 2018Author: seattleducation2010 2 Comments Originally published on The Progressive. Charter schools and other market-based forms of “school choice” have been touted as ways to make education more responsive to “market demands.” But when you look at the latest attempt to force

Navigating Whiteness: Could “Anywhere, Anytime” Learning Endanger Black and Brown Students?

Navigating Whiteness: Could “Anywhere, Anytime” Learning Endanger Black and Brown Students?

anytime, anyplace, anywhere, any pace learning, Child Labor, Cities of LRNG, Digital On Ramps, Hackable High School, IoT and Predictive Policing, KiTE STEM, Learning Ecosystem, Racism, Social Emotional Learning SEL Navigating Whiteness: Could “Anywhere, Anytime” Learning Endanger Black and Brown Students? Date: May 10, 2018Author: seattleducation2010 1 Comment Reposted with permission from Wrench in the Gears. Our

How Big Data Becomes Psy Ops and Tilts the World Towards its Own Aims: Next Stop, Public Education

How Big Data Becomes Psy Ops and Tilts the World Towards its Own Aims: Next Stop, Public Education

ACT’s Engage College Domains and Scales Overview, Angela Duckworth, big data and the surveillance state, Cambridge Analytica, Dr. Raymond Cattell – The Big Five Theory & Sixteen Personality Factor Questionnaire, ETS’ SuccessNavigator assessment, Five Factors of Personality Theory ( OCEAN ), gamification, grit, Michael Kosinski – Facebook personality quizzes/games, personalized learning, preemptive personality, Racism How Big

A New Campaign! Classrooms, Not Computers: Stop Educating for Profit

A New Campaign! Classrooms, Not Computers: Stop Educating for Profit

big data and the surveillance state, Cambridge Analytica, Classrooms, Not Computers, data as the new oil, Data Disruptors, data surveillance tactics, Facebook A New Campaign! Classrooms, Not Computers: Stop Educating for Profit Date: June 1, 2018Author: seattleducation2010 0 Comments Reposted with permission from Educationalchemy. We want to end the invasive corporate control of students, schools, and communities being pushed

What Will Facebook Terragraph, 5G, and Being a “Smart City” Mean for San José Residents?

What Will Facebook Terragraph, 5G, and Being a “Smart City” Mean for San José Residents?

5G, Accenture, Amazon Web Services (AWS), Amazon’s Reckognition software, big data and the surveillance state, Cisco Systems – Smart Cities, data breaches, Facebook Project ARIES, Facebook Terragraph, IBM Smart Cities, IoT and Predictive Policing, Microsoft, millimeter wave health effects, Privacy on the Internet, Siemens-Smart Cities, Smart Cities What Will Facebook Terragraph, 5G, and Being a

Do you sometimes wonder why the Seattle Times does so many puff pieces on Bill Gates and his failed education initiatives?

Do you sometimes wonder why the Seattle Times does so many puff pieces on Bill Gates and his failed education initiatives?

Bill Gates Do you sometimes wonder why the Seattle Times does so many puff pieces on Bill Gates and his failed education initiatives? Date: July 8, 2018Author: seattleducation2010 10 Comments It’s become clear to folks outside the circle of educators and public education advocates that all of Bill Gates ideas on how other children should be

What you can do to assist families at our southern border

What you can do to assist families at our southern border

Donald Trump What you can do to assist families at our southern border Date: June 20, 2018Author: seattleducation2010 0 Comments First they came for the immigrants… Originally posted in The Cut. What You Can Do Right Now to Help Immigrant Families Separated at the Border Under the Trump administration’s extreme “zero tolerance” immigration policy, immigrant families

From Math to Marksmanship: Military Ties to Gamified Assessment

“Mission Readiness”, Charles Parks, Council for a Strong America, Dr. James Heckman, a professor of economics at the University of Chicago, educational technology / military training, gamification, gamified assessments, Gregory Chung, JB Pritzker, Jeremy Roberts, Pay for Success, ReadyNation, UCLA CRESST, workforce development, workforce metric From Math to Marksmanship: Military Ties to Gamified Assessments Date: June 20, 2018Author:

Test Scores and Child Hunger: The Cold Calculus of Pay for Success Predators

Break the Ban, data dashboards, digital identity, digital identity systems linked to public assistance benefits, Dr. James Heckman, a professor of economics at the University of Chicago, food insecurity, Gina Cornia of Utahans Against Hunger, Healthy eating incentive, hunger, Illinois Blockchain Taskforce, INET, Janis Dubno, neoliberal practices, Nudge – healthy choices, nutrition, outcomes-based contract, outcomes-based funding stream

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