The data collection is one of the most insidious aspects of CC. Proponents will tell you that the data mining is not part of CC, technically that may be true, but in Nevada we can not opt-out of the data mining or CC testing (Smarter Balanced Testing Consortium SBAC). See first line of third paragraph document below.
In Nevada you will not know what data is being shared on your children or who it is shared with. The SBAC will share data on your children with many others.
THE SBAC IS REQUIRED TO ‘PROVIDE TIMELY AND COMPLETE ACCESS TO ANY AND ALL DATA COLLECTED AT THE STATE LEVEL’ TO THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT DOE, OR ITS DESIGNATED PROGRAM MONITORS, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE PROVIDERS, OR RESEARCH PARTNERS, AND TO GAO, AND THE AUDITORS CONDUTING THE AUDIT REQUIRED…” (N-6, appendix F 5 B)
Nevada took a total of $10,000,000 from the federal government to create Nevada’s Statewide Longitudinal System (NSLDS). The NSLDS will collect, store, and share data on Nevadans from preK to the workforce, “cradle to grave.”
Please read the whole article with videos here: https://www.nevadansagainstcommoncore.com/data-mining.html