Talk Nation Radio: 3-Hour Military Test Secretly Administered in Thousands of High Schools

Pat ElderPat Elder of the National Coalition to Protect Student Privacy (StudentPrivacy.org) explains how the U.S. military gets away with requiring students in thousands of U.S. high schools to take a 3-hour career inventory test with the results going straight to recruiters without students' or parents' knowledge.

Total run time: 29:00

Host: David Swanson.

Producer: David Swanson.

Engineer: Christiane Brown.

Music by Duke Ellington..

Syndicated by Pacifica Network.

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Military Recruiting in the United States Paperback – December 8, 2016
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Parents of high schoolers need to know that the Pentagon consciously conspires to abridge student privacy (as a means of enriching the recruiter's contact data), misleads the public and school administrators, and even risks public health (see the chapter on lead residue from shooting ranges) in order to obtain sufficient numbers of new recruits.
I also highly recommend this book for high school guidance counselors and school administrators. R. Bolger - Oregon

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Pat Elder discusses the deceptive practices used by the US military to recruit students into the armed forces at NoWar 2016 conference.

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