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Note: The following letter comments on a
letter posted March 29 from Gary Freese.
To the editor:
Also included in this curriculum is something called P-20. It is
data that will be collected on every child from start to finish of
school. The amount and type of data is astonishing, and the
government would have the right to give this data to anyone they see
fit without the parentsí permission.
Please look at this website and take a look at the personal
information they want on our children. The government has completely
bypassed all HIPPA laws. If you would, please check this out
yourself and see what you think.
[to top of second column in this letter]
The Legislature has not voted on this, and it will be fully
functional by 2014 if we donít do something to stop it. Some of the
teaching methods from this curriculum have already been implemented
in schools here in Lincoln. Once it is fully integrated we cannot
stop it Ö
April 07, 2013]
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