July 10, 2018
Forces are continuing to join together to control education, labor, etc.
Read in the article below:
“In violation of the Tenth Amendment, the Departments of Education and Defense in 2011 created the Federal Learning Registry as an open source infrastructure where resources are aggregated and shared.”
” repository of millions of data points for each student and publicly available to registered users.”
“Parents can control their children’s exposure to addictive technology by demanding an opt out of screen learning including online programs that collect and share their private data.”
Feds/Big Tech Join To Push Addiction in Schools
By Carole Hornsby Haynes, Ph.D. March 25, 2018
World Net Daily
“The federal government, bent on collecting massive amounts of personal information on its citizens – a flagrant violation of the Fourth Amendment – and the tech industry, under fire for its digital products designed to addict, have joined forces in American classrooms.
“Through the unconstitutional Every Student Succeeds Act passed in 2015 under the Obama administration, digital devices with computer adaptive software for both lessons and testing are pushed into K-12 classrooms.
“During student engagement in digital programs, massive amounts of lucrative personal data are collected including information about a student’s behavior, beliefs, and interactions. The U.S. Department of Education has become increasingly aggressive in demanding more personal information for various federal grants, especially from states that refused to adopt Common Core. Federal interference in education has gone beyond the USDE, creating an even more snarled web of government tentacles.
“In violation of the Tenth Amendment, the Departments of Education and Defense in 2011 created the Federal Learning Registry as an open source infrastructure where resources are aggregated and shared.
“Because the two departments needed help with collecting student data online and sending that data to the Learning Registry, they created other programs and then partnered with Silicon Valley giants.
“In 2014 the federal agency, National Science Foundation, funded Carnegie Mellon University to create LearnSphere,a project to mine educational data for storage in a repository of millions of data points for each student and publicly available to registered users. The data is generated from interactive tutoring systems, educational games, and massively open online courses.”