National Database of School Children Launched

National Database of School Children Launched

[Updated 6/6/17] Last week the SXSWedu Technology Conference in Austin, Texas, featured a new project that has many educational technology companies very excited – and that has many parents angry and deeply concerned. The project is called inBloom – a massive national database of personal information on public school students – and it is already…

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Why Are Schools Banning Mom and Dad?

Mom at School

© istockphoto/IsaacLKoval [Updated 6/6/17] When we were in school, several parents were there on a regular basis helping out in the classroom or the library, chaperoning field trips, or leading special reading or art programs. They were just doing their part to improve our education. But parents are not allowed in public schools today. Sure,…

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Parents of 50 Million U.S. Children Soon to Lose Parental Rights

No Parents Allowed

[Updated 6/6/17] If your children attend public school, you are among those parents whose rights will end the moment your child enters the school. That’s because in 2005 the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals found in Fields v. Palmdale School District “that the Meyer-Pierce right [of parents to direct the upbringing of their children] does…

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