Saturday, April 25, 2009

Social workers after the home educated

After all, we must prepare the next generation for "life in the newly emergent surveillance society"!

"Elective home education is not in itself a safeguarding issue, but it removes the opportunity for what is a very efficient method for monitoring and surveillance through attendance at school. Consequently, the issue has become conflated with safeguarding concerns which may exist regardless of the method by which a child receives education."


And here's a video about UK school surveillance:

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