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Schools are tracking your kid’s activity online; it’s meant to help, but we fear it could do more harm than good

October 13, 2021

The Sun reported this week that the Baltimore City Public School System has employed surveillance software to not only track student activity on school-issued laptops, but to identify children using search terms online that could indicate they’re considering hurting themselves or experiencing a mental health crisis that requires intervention. It certainly sounds like a noble aim. But the execution is problematic, to say the least.

Article Source: Baltimore Sun

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