Digital Dystopia: The Danger in Buying What the EdTech Surveillance Industry is Selling, an ACLU research report, examines the EdTech Surveillance (educational technologies used for surveillance) industry in U.S. K-12 schools. Using in-depth investigation into industry products, an incident audit, student focus groups, and national polling, this report scrutinizes industry claims, assesses the efficacy of the products, and explores the impacts EdTech Surveillance has on students and schools. The report concludes by offering concrete actions school districts, elected officials, and community members can take to ensure decisions about using surveillance products are consistent and well-informed. This includes model legislation and decision-making tools, which will often result in the rejection of student surveillance technologies.
School Board Model Policy – School Surveillance Technology | Model Bill – Student Surveillance Technology Acquisition Standards Act | School Leadership Checklist – School Surveillance Technology | 10 Questions for School Board Meetings – School Surveillance Technology | Public Records Request Template- School Surveillance Technology
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