Imporant Federal Education Bills to Discuss with Members of Congress

Here are brief descriptions of three great and important federal education bills that increase parental rights, state sovereignty, and local control. Then are three bills that dramatically increase federal control and destroy education data privacy as well as our children's freedom of conscience and the rights to be secure in their thoughts and attitudes without federally funded psychological profiling. Please review this information and ask your members of Congress by phone (www.house.gov/representatives and SENATORS RUBIO (202-224- 3041) AND NELSON (202-224-5274) to support the first three and oppose the second three:

BILLS TO SUPPORT AND PROMOTE :
1) Student Privacy Protection Act (SPPA) - S 1341: The text of this great bill sponsored by Senator David Vitter (R-LA) is available HERE.
This legislation provides important protections in the following areas:
Rolling back the disastrous extra-congressional regulatory changes that vastly expanded access of third parties to our children's personally identifiable data, now limiting that access and requiring parental consent in all cases

Holding educational agencies, schools, and third parties liable for violations of the law through monetary fines, damages, and court costs

Prohibiting psychological or attitudinal profiling of students or gathering of sensitive family information via any assessments, including academic assessments or survey.

Extending data protections for homeschooled students required to submit educational data to public school districts

Prohibiting educational agencies, schools, and the Secretary of Education from including personally identifiable information obtained from Federal or State agencies through data matches in student data.

Banning Federal education funds to states or districts that film, record, or monitor students or teachers in the classroom or remotely without parent or adult student and Read more

Posted in Federal Education. Tagged as Every Child Achieves Act, HR 121; Rep. Scott Garrett; S. 1025;, HR 5, S 1177, S 1341; Senator David Vitter; LEARN Act, S 227, Senator John Tester, SETRA, Student Privacy Protection Act, Student Success Act.

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