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Yesterday, HB 13 passed a second reading as tweeted out by Policy Watch’s Lindsay Wagner:
@LindsayWagnerNC “Parent’s shall provide proof…” This bill’s language gives me pause. http://t.co/JqpD9SRM01 #ncga
— LL1885 – A.P. Dillon (@LadyLiberty1885) March 18, 2015
The primary sponsor is Rep. Jim Torbett of Gaston County. Other sponsors include Jones, Pittman and Whitmire. View the HB 13 Bill History.
This bill’s language is worrisome.
KEEP READING… Continue reading
A few folks have been asking me to address the recently passed and signed NC law dealing with student data collection and privacy matters. That law sprang from SB 815 and which is titled Ensuring Privacy of Student Records.
As people have been attending school orientations, I’ve had several who have expressed to me that they were given no information about student privacy and data. Indeed, I didn’t receive anything separate or specific at our back to school night either. What they and myself were looking for pertains to this section of SB 815: Continue reading
This is a guest post (below the break)from a reader who attended yesterday’s Senate Education committee meeting, where SB 812 was discussed and passed. SB 815 was also discussed and passed, which is important as it serves to protect our student’s privacy and data.
Pay attention to the portion where Mark Jewell of the NCAE steps up with prepared remarks. In those remarks, he quotes an independent study and says he will make it available to the Committee. I’ve challenged them to make it public and include the methodology.
@NCAE’s Mark Jewell: You said you had a study that said teachers love #CommonCore. Share it with the public – including the metholdology.
— LL1885 – A.P. Dillon (@LadyLiberty1885) June 5, 2014
Report from Senate Committee Meeting 6/4
Yesterday the Senate Education Committee met to vote on 2 bills, SB 815 and SB 812 Continue reading
Folks, yesterday two bills concerning Common Core and Data Privacy cropped up in the Senate. They are on the calendar for TODAY. The Senate meets at 2 pm today and usually ends by 5 or 5:30. We need to shoot out an email or get on the phone and contact our Senators. If you are not sure who represents you, go HERE.
The bills in play TODAY are:
SB815 – Ensuring Privacy of Student Records
SB812 – Replace Common Core To Meet NC’s Needs Continue reading