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Who Should Have Access to Student Records?

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posted on Jan, 23 2012 @ 06:30 PM
Good question.

Ever since the failed No Child Left Behind program started 10 years ago, apparently schools have been collecting more specific data on students. The data includes info about teachers, economic status, pregnancies and disciplinary issues and God knows what else.

It seems parents and the students themselves have the least access to all this "data" !!!

That might be the conspiracy.

Just WHO is involved with all this ?

Just WHAT is the main and hidden agendas ?

Is this whole scheme some wild attempt to somehow "equalize" the system in favor of more and more "nationalized" wide-area programs for big time funding to the "intelectual community" ?

And of course the big question:

Who Pays and WHO gets paid the Most ??

By Jason Koebler
January 19, 2012 -- U.S. News article

Education data can be useful, but privacy experts are concerned about data misuse.

Since “No Child Left Behind” was passed 10 years ago, states have been required to ramp up the amount of data they collect about individual students, teachers, and schools. Personal information, including test scores, economic status, grades, and even disciplinary problems and student pregnancies, are tracked and stored in a kind of virtual “permanent record” for each student.

But parents and students have very little access to that data, according to a report released Wednesday by the Data Quality Campaign, an organization that advocates for expanded data use.

All 50 states and Washington, D.C. collect long term, individualized data on students performance, but just eight states allow parents to access their child’s permanent record. Forty allow principals to access the data and 28 provide student-level info to teachers.

Who Should Have Access to Student Records?

Sounds Like A "Credit Report" on Our Kids !!

former Washington, D.C., Schools Chancellor Michelle Rhee said:

“The data can be an absolute game changer,” she says. “If you have the data, and you can invest and engage children and their families in this data, it can change a culture quickly.”

Hmmm. Just what would somebody want to "change" anyway ?

And that "change" might be by only the ones who see it !!

Limited Access = Unlimited Agendas !!

And what about all that "tainted" and "tweaked" data ?

How Does Anyone Know for Sure if the Data is Genuine and Accurate ?

Some of these wild programs remind me of some kind of U.N. NWO agenda !

edit on Jan-23-2012 by xuenchen because: (no reason given)

posted on Jan, 24 2012 @ 07:30 AM
reply to post by xuenchen

This is a very sensitive subject, especially for parents. Regrettably there is no way to escape this "matrix". The only way to avoid it is to completely disappear off the grid and never register your child's birth and then to never enroll them in school or take them to the hospital.

I agree with every point you made in your OP but they have set up the system where we must surrender to their total control which means we have no privacy to the point where they know more about our kids than we do. I can only imagine how bad it will become for future generations.

Hopefully we can change things for the better so they can have a better life.


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