Are we Borg yet?

If the data collection and invasion of privacy doesn’t make you hate Common Core, the money involved should. You owe it to yourself and your children to educate yourself and oppose Common Core. Education has ceased to be about educating children, and it has be come the latest homage to the almighty dollar. Half a billion in venture capital? Exxon Mobile and Bill Gates? Somebody smells money, not education.

Carole Hornsby Haynes, Ph.D. Articles: Common Core’s Data Mining Trojan Horse.

“The state tests will glean student-specific data to be stored by the states in their new longitudinal data systems that are designed to track a student from preschool through college and even further.”

“In 2011 the U.S. Department of Education reinterpreted the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act to permit a student’s academic record to be shared with virtually anyone including nongovernmental organizations without prior written parental consent!”