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AIRTALK - KPCC Southern Califormia Talk Radio - with Larry Mantle

Is US military recruitment misusing information on minors?

Questions are being asked about a key military recruitment tool used in the nation's high schools.

The Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) exam is a series of tests designed to assess a child's suitability for various careers in the armed forces. However, a recent report by the United Nations Committee on the Rights of the Child raised concerns about how the information gathered in these tests is used.

The U.N. has now asked the United States government to provide info

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Pat Elder, director, National Coalition to Protect Student Privacy

Hal Kempfer
, retired Marine Lieutenant Colonel and CEO of KIPP knowledge and intelligence program professionals

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