One of the most troubling aspects of the â€śeducation reformsâ€ť currently being advanced by the Obama administration and its allies is the unprecedented monitoring and tracking of students â€” invasions of privacy so pervasive George Orwell might blush. Everything from biometric data to information on childrenâ€™s beliefs and families is already being vacuumed up. Opponents of the â€śreformâ€ť agenda have highlighted the cradle-to-grave accumulation of private and intimate data as among the most compelling reasons to kill the whole process.
Aside from data produced by the looming Common Core-aligned national testing regime, most of the data-mining schemes are not technically direct components of the plot to nationalize education standards. However, the vast collection of personal information and the accompanying data-mining are intricately linked to the federally backed standards in multiple ways, not to...
data mining is the new wave. all thoughts, beliefs, movements recorded.
this is what we leave the grandchildren.
the underground church of Romania was known for being careful, the Chinese Church of using code, the American mega church will continue to use data basing and probably at some point biometrics to check the kids in.
the evangelical church is prepped to succumb to Babylon.