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Do You Trust This Computer?

This is a documentary video about Artificial Intelligence.  The video is very good and likely frightening for most people…  or it should be.  Couple Artificial Intelligence (AI) with the data being collected on everyone on our society, not just in … Continue reading

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The Data Have Landed

A friend sent me the graphic below the other day.  There was indication it was posted on the The Opt Out Florida Network.  I checked their website and didn’t find it there.  I did find it on their FaceBook page.  … Continue reading

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Gambling On Our Futures: Big Data, Global Finance and Digital Life

That’s the title of the video below by Alison McDowell.  The info posted on youtube about the video says: “Pay for Success” and social impact investing are poised to take over the public sector, imposing online service delivery and expansive … Continue reading

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Ed-Tech Today: Providing Hope and Opportunity or a Pathway to the Gig Economy of Tomorrow?

The Network for Public Education (NPE) held their 4th annual conference in Oakland, CA on October 14 and 15. A team put together by Parents Across America Puget Sound gave a panel presentation at the conference. Some information about the … Continue reading

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SAT Season is Here–Beware

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Many school districts in the state administer the SAT. Check your school and district calendars for SAT administration dates if it is administered at your local high schools. Unwittingly, the majority of students provide personal information to the College Board … Continue reading

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McGroarty Testifies Against Expanded College-Workforce Data Dossier

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Karen R. Effrem, MD – President, Education Liberty Watch Emmett McGroarty, director of education at the American Principles Project testified at the Commission on Evidence-Based Policymaking (CEP) about the highly dangerous idea of creating a longitudinal higher education/workforce database.  This … Continue reading

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Hi-Tech Education vs. Student Privacy

PBS News Hour featured “Why digital education could be a double-edged sword” in their “Making the Grade” segment recently. Published on Apr 5, 2016 Public education is becoming increasingly digitized — these days, schools can compile everything from a student’s … Continue reading

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