Pat Elder - During the last year or so about half of the states have enacted legislation aimed at protecting student privacy. Meanwhile, President Obama has called for a Student Data Privacy Act, saying “data collected on students in the classroom should only be used for educational purposes — to teach our children, not to market to our children.” Most of the new laws and the President’s proposal ...
Pat Elder - The National Coalition to Protect Student Privacy - A bill that would have protected the privacy of Connecticut's school children was recently defeated by the Democratically-controlled Ge ...TagsState Representative Jack Hennessy | SB 423 Bill | National Coalition to Protect Student Privacy | Lt. Colonel Michael D. Coleman | Connecticut | Career Exploration Program | ASVAB-CEP | Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery | FERPA | Connecticut Coalition to Protect Students Privacy | asvab test | Pat Elder
Linchpin of Pentagon’s School-based Recruitment: Student Testing Program (ASVAB) Rife with Errors and Contradictions
Pat Elder - Student Privacy Compromised by Massive Program In late December, 2013 the Department of Defense released a database on the military’s controversial Student Testing Program in 11,700 high ...TagsWill Hopkins | Texas Coalition to Protect Student Privacy | Oregon Coalition to Protect Student Privacy | opt-out | Opt Out | New York Coalition to Protect Student Privacy | New Hampshire Coalition to Protect Student Privacy | Nebraska Coalition to Protect Student Privacy | Military Entrance Processing Command | Kevin Haake | Don Chapin | Diane Wood | National Coalition to Protect Student Privacy | ASVAB-CEP | Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery | Pentagon | FERPA | Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act | Connecticut Coalition to Protect Students Privacy | ASVAB Database | USMEPCOM | ASVAB | Seth Kershner | Barbara Harris | asvab test | Pat Elder
Pat Elder - The mainstream peace and justice movement is beginning to see that countering military recruitment deserves a higher priority and should be viewed in strategic, rather than tactical terms ...