No one knows who can access students’ personal data
This article originally appeared on watchdog.org. Students at many public schools are having personal data collected, stored and distributed to third parties without their parents’ knowledge. “I had a conversation with my high school assistant principal and asked him how | Read More »
Some anti-bullying policies disrespect free speech
What happens when anti-bullying measures leave students feeling bullied?
Bullying motivates many parents to home-school?
This article originally appeared on watchdog.org. Bullying and abuse in school motivates many parents to home-school, said Michael Donnelly, attorney for the Homeschool Legal Defense Association, on an episode of Reform School. Donnelly and Choice Media discussed a teacher who | Read More »
VT tries taking independence from independent schools
This article originally appeared on watchdog.org. A bill that could have cramped the independence of Vermont’s independent schools has been set aside, at least for now. “It would have been very burdensome and very troublesome,” said Mill Moore, executive director of Vermont Independent | Read More »