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Voice amp system raises concerns

May 20, 2013

Concerns about how a new voice amplification system might record classroom interactions spurred discussion at Monday night’s meeting of the Warren County School District’s board of directors....

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May-20-13 8:11 AM

At one meeting, when this was previously discussed, it was said that there were test units in some of the schools already being used. If privacy is a concern and procedure needs developed then what about what already has been recorded? Arthur Stewart had also asked that if they did not spend this money on these systems then what would the money be spent on? Administration was suppose to come back with a response. I would have liked to have heard that. Options are important when budgets are this tight.

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May-20-13 10:49 AM

Yeah, something doesn't quite make sense. If they are testing then they should be testing policy too. If not, then it makes some sense.

Not sure all on this current cast can even spell budget if you spotted them the "budge"

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May-20-13 9:51 PM

"Board member Dr. Paul Yourchisin said that "in a real world classroom" it could be beneficial to record audio if a student is antagonistic" And then you could also bug the restrooms (if it wasn't for those silly wiretap laws).

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May-21-13 9:11 AM

It seems a little too Orwellian for my tastes.

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