Common Core’s Data Mining Trojan Horse

Summary of American Thinker article by Carole Hornsby Haynes, August 2, 2013

Student data mining is merely the Trojan horse for a nationwide tracking system of our citizens.  Our children are being used as guinea pigs while those complicit with big government public-private partnerships enjoy their new found riches.

The education technology buzzards are circling overhead and, having smelled the strong scent of money, are salivating at the thought of making billions from this new goldmine.   Reuters reported that in 2012 technology startups for the K-12 market attracted more than $425 million in venture capital.  Rupert Murdoch, owner of Amplify Education, one of the country’s largest education technology companies, estimates that K-12 education is a $500 billion sector in the U.S. alone.

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