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Wednesday’s Politico Morning Education provided some information that caught my attention. Here it is: USING TELEMEDICINE TO SCREEN FOR KIDS ‘ABOUT TO BLOW’: Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center President Tedd Mitchell shared glowing reviews of a telemedicine-based violence prevention … Continue reading
In Jane Robbins’ article, Schools Implementing Government-Sponsored Personality Manipulation, she links to a document called Expanding Evidence Approaches for Learning in a Digital World. Jane’s article prompted me to revisit notes and comments I had written about a draft of … Continue reading
Two articles about student data recently came to my attention. I thought I would share them here for those who are interested. Schoolzilla ‘File Configuration Error’ Exposes Data for More than 1.3M Students, Staff tells about a researcher discovering that … Continue reading
This is the second part of a four part video series featuring Kirsten Lombard and Lynn Taylor with Mary Black moderating. The following information about this video is provided on YouTube: Student Data: The Troubling New Currency. No child’s data … Continue reading
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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