This is a discussion on California Launches "Cradle-To-Career" Data System To Track Everything About Children within the Law Enforcement, Military & Homeland Security Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; Originally Posted by Struckat What will they do with the kids deemed, “Not suitable for indoctrination,” take them out to Death Valley? No. Just dump ...
I couldn’t find it, but there was a thread here a few years ago about this happening in England.
The Stasi knows all.
So when little Johnny wants to get into any type of state college, the “Authorities” deny admission based on things he has done in the past.
“Little Johnny has four entires in his record from 1st to 4th grade for being disruptive. And from 7th to 12th grade, he was tardy nine times. I am sorry Mr. Smith, but we simply cannot have a student like that on our campus.”
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First, from the article, this is not some new idea:
Calfornia has several systems, but they don't talk to each other. My daughter still thinks she was in a data experiment. When she changed schools, her data did not transfer with her. This happened several times, one result was that it completely removed her from the special-ed programs. When she got to middle school they had no record of her ever having received services.As of 2016, California was one of only eight states that either didn’t have or wasn’t building a “longitudinal” data system.
These are legitimate questions to ask. By researching longitudinal data we can find what works, and equally important, what doesn't work. As school districts are continually pressured to become more efficient, in terms of output quality vs. cost, data can help guide decisions much better than 'gut feel' ever will.But only by linking the systems, tracking students’ student outcomes as they move through school, will legislators, educators, researchers and the public begin to answer fundamental policy questions, such as:
- Are early education investments paying off long-term as students progress through education systems and the workforce?
- Are community college reforms increasing completion rates at CSU and UC?
- How prepared are high school students to succeed in college?
- Which career-technical education programs in high school lead to more college degrees, workplace certifications and higher pay?
- What are the long-term effects of access to state financial aid?
As an example, Florida was able to document that if a child is not reading at grade level, their predicted life outcomes were significantly worse. This longitudinal data allowed them to determine where that threshold of 'at level' needs to be before significant predicted life outcomes are impacted. This gives the school the data they need when the parents are demanding that their child advances with his class.
This is also useful in policy-level decisions. No one argues that interrupting the 'school to prison pipeline' is essential. The place the disagreements occur is when trying to determine which policies will best serve to provide the best life outcomes. As an example, the above mentioned, reading level at grade three is more commonly being used in hold back decisions as it is clearly correlated with better life outcomes, even when the negative impact of a holdback decision is taken into account.
Yes, it is a bit 'big-brotherish.' However, better data can drive better policies, producing better outcomes.
"partner entities"...government school, does that ring a bell?
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I cannot understand why people continue to reside in this communist state. I would surmise this data would be sold to any seller who would gladly pay for such demographics.
I know there are some good folks in California, and I do feel sorry for those folks.
But, I think they should just wall that state off or better yet impeach 90% of the politicians for violating the Constitution on a regular basis.
I can't believe anyone trusts a government to do anything well.
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Maybe with good DNA data they can track where the excrement on San Francisco's streets is coming from.
So who is this Will that everybody fires at, what did he do, and how come he's not dead yet??