Concerned Parents of California
Legally Vetted Common Core Data Mining Opt Out Form for
California Parents of Students in Public, Charter and Private Schools
Is the Privacy of our Children Secure in the Hands
of Government Bureaucracy?
- FERPA Act privacy protection severely weakened in 2011
- Common Core forces states to snoop on our children and surrender the data
to federal government,
other states; and for-profit partners in the Common Core
nationalized education standards.
- Data is massively collected from K-12 and will follow our children for their entire life.
No government agency or private company can guarantee
the anonymity and security of data that we surrender.
The only secure data is data that we do not surrender.
UPDATE . . . Breaking New . . . Concerned Parents of California two law suits against schools districts
in California and more will soon follow . . . September 25th, 2015
The law suits alledges that the Conejo Valley Unified School District,
and the Walnut Valley School District in collaboration with
the California Department of Education
violated the legal rights of California parents cited in
the California Uniform Codes Title 5, Section 852.
The plaintiffs alledge that the parents were not notified of their legal right of "Opting Out"
of the CAASPP assessments or were given defective notification designed to conceal
the parents legal rights.
See the law suit filed against the Conejo Valley Unifed School District (click here)
See the law suit filed against the Walnut Valley School District (click here)
Opt Out of Common Core Data Mining
You have the legal right under federal and state law.
It will NOT affect student grade, advanced placing or graduation. The CAASPP assessment and prying surveys and questionaires are an uncompensated marketing study by the federal government. It is of no personal value to individual students, but these intrusions are frustrating, stressful and the time spent in them is time not spent on approved curriculum instruction.
Download the Opt Out Form (Here
Why is data mining dangerous for your child and your family? (Here)
- How to Opt Out of Common Core Data Mining? (Video)
- Common Core, What is it? Why? When, How? (Video)
Establishment School Board Members Approve Data Mining our Children, see below
Betsy Connolly, CVUSD Board Member defends Common Core Data Mining (Video)
Concerned Parents of California brings to the school district nationally acclaimed speakers
attorneys and educators to update parents on the latest developments for the
defense of parental rights, local control of schools, individual privacy and excellent education.
- Tony Dolz, Founder of Concerned Parents of California
- Dr. Walt Chappell, Expert on Common Core and Data Mining
- Brad Dacus, President of the Pacific Justice Institute
- Dr. Williamson Evers, Research Fellow Hoover Institution
- Dr. Sandra Stotski, Education Research Scholar
- Pastor Rob McCoy, Calvary Chapel, Newbury Park
- Mike Dunn, CVUSD school board member, defender of parental rights and privacy
Pacific Justice Institute is recognized for winning civil right court battles
for parents of public, charter, private and home schooled students
The Opt Out Form was created by the Pacific Justice Institute and it is
is based on California statutes and education codes.
Valid for any SINGLE school in California. Don't forget to file an opt out form every year.
For more information email by clicking here: "Contact".
Support School Board Candidates Who Stand for Parental Rights,
Local Control of Schools and Respect for the Right to Privacy.
For example, Tony Dolz and Mike Dunn
Election November 2016
State of California Department of Education Code
33308.5. (a) Program guidelines issued by the State Department of Education shall be designed to serve as a model or example, and shall not be prescriptive. Program guidelines issued by the department shall include written notification that the guidelines are merely exemplary, and that compliance with the guidelines is not mandatory.
60615 Notwithstanding any other provision of law, a parent’s or guardian’s written request to school officials to excuse his or her child from any or all part of the assessments administered pursuant to this chapter shall be granted.” State tests are mandatory for districts to administer but optional for students to take (with parent opt out). See also California Uniform Codes Title 5, Section 852