By Lauren Murphy | statescoop
The growth of electronic learning systems and the mounting frequency of public data breaches has brought new tensions to the debate on how to safeguard student data privacy in and out of the nation’s schools. While schools have been collecting sensitive information about students for decades, the transition from paper to digital record keeping has created a new and complex set of issues for school administrators and state and federal policy makers. - Read More
By Shane Vander Hart | Truth in American Education
This video features featuring parents, kids, teachers a psychotherapist and a school board chair discussing the shortcomings of the Common Core. It was put together to present at the final House Study Committee on the Federal Government in Education meeting in Atlanta.