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In the spring of 2003, students at Santa Cruz High School initiated the first Truth & Privacy campaign, with regard to military recruitment in Santa Cruz City School. This campaign established an opt-in policy with respect to military recruitment – so that under the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001, student contact information was not sent out to military recruiters without parental consent. In the summer of 2003, there was a federal challenge to our opt-in policy, leading to the initiation of a second Truth & Privacy campaign - moving away from opt-in and establishing of a strong opt-out policy.

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Sección 9528 de la ley No Child Left Behind de 2001 requiere que las escuelas hagan pública la información privada de nuestras familias para el uso de reclutantes militares, al menos que decidamos no participar (pedir un “opt-out”).

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Is "Opting Out" Really an Answer? Schools, Militarism, and the Counter-RecruitmentMovement in Post-September 11 United States at WarAuthor(s): Stuart TannockReviewed work(s):Source:
Social Justice,
Vol. 32, No. 3 (101), Waging War over Public Education and YouthServices (2005), pp. 163-178Published by:
Social Justice/Global Options


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Act to Protect Your Privacy from Military Recruiters
Proteja Ud. Sus Datos Personales de los Reclutadores Militares

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