Sep 152014
 September 15, 2014  Posted by  U.S., Youth & Schools

Adrienne Hill reports:

Education, like pretty much everything else in our lives these days, is driven by data.

Our childrens’ data. A whole lot of it.

Nearly everything they do at school can be — and often is — recorded and tracked, and parents don’t always know what information is being collected, where it’s going, or how it’s being used.

The story begins at the bus stop.

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