|Below you will find the link to an article by Jane Robbins of the American Principles Project. In light of what she reveals in her article about student data privacy, you will certainly want to register to attend our Civil Liberties and Student Data Privacy Summit on Nov. 21, 2015. See below for details. To register for our Privacy Summit, click the link below for Eventbrite.com
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2015-civil-liberties-and-student-data-privacy-summit-tickets-19101230294“Big Brother Wants to Know Everything – Yes, Everything – About Your Kids”
By Jane Robbins
In our last episode, we found former federal education official Joanne Weiss admitting how the U.S. Department of Education (USED) coerced the states to sign up for the Common Core scheme of national standards, national assessments, and other federally dictated policies. This development led Ze’ev Wurman to dig up an old video of Ms. Weiss saying something else that parents might find interesting — a suggestion that USED might be planning to monitor individual students to track their progress. Read full article here.
2015 Civil Liberties and Student Data Privacy Summit
When: Saturday, November 21, 2015, 7:30 AM to 2:30 PM
Where: University of North Alabama Performance Center
Why: Today’s hottest issues from mass student data collection to privacy violations. What can be done about the growing privacy invasions?
Amazing speakers: Sean Collin- owner of International IP Watch, Emmett McGroarty with American Principles Project, Dr. Karen Effrem- Director of Education Liberty Watch, Stephanie Bell -member of the Alabama State Board of Education, Dr. Tim Collins- Chair of Political Science at UNA and more.
Registration: See Eventbrite link above. Must bring ticket to attend.
Light breakfast and full lunch provided to registrants!
Bring your legislator with you! Privacy means liberty! Call (205) 879-7096 with questions
Host: Eagle Forum of Alabama Education Foundation www.alabamaeagle.org
Co-host: College Republicans of University of North Alabama. Sponsors: Alabama Free Market Alliance, National Association of Scholars, University of North Alabama, Montgomery Federalist Society Chapter, Home School Legal Defense Association.