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Military testing in New Mexico high schools


The U.S. Military gave a 3 hour test to 5,118 kids in New Mexico high schools last year under the guise of a career exploration program and used the results for recruiting purposes without parental consent. You can stop it like we did in Maryland by simply sending an email we'll write for you to your state's superintendent of schools. Get in touch www.studentprivacy.org info@studentprivacy.org
Posted by Military Testing | Sun Dec 11, 2011, 07:26 PM (1 replies)

Military testing in New Jersey high schools

The U.S. Military gave a 3 hour test to 5,481 kids in New Jersey high schools last year under the guise of a career exploration program and used the results for recruiting purposes without parental consent. You can stop it like we did in Maryland by simply sending an email we'll write for you to your state's superintendent of schools. Get in touch www.studentprivacy.org info@studentprivacy.org
Posted by Military Testing | Sun Dec 11, 2011, 07:24 PM (0 replies)

Military testing in New Hampshire high schools

The U.S. Military gave a 3 hour test to 1,172 kids in New Hampshire high schools last year under the guise of a career exploration program and used the results for recruiting purposes without parental consent. You can stop it like we did in Maryland by simply sending an email we'll write for you to your state's superintendent of schools. Get in touch www.studentprivacy.org info@studentprivacy.org
Posted by Military Testing | Sun Dec 11, 2011, 07:23 PM (1 replies)

Military testing in Nevada high schools

The U.S. Military gave a 3 hour test to 4,229 kids in Nevada high schools last year under the guise of a career exploration program and used the results for recruiting purposes without parental consent. You can stop it like we did in Maryland by simply sending an email we'll write for you to your state's superintendent of schools. Get in touch www.studentprivacy.org info@studentprivacy.org
Posted by Military Testing | Sun Dec 11, 2011, 07:21 PM (0 replies)

Military testing in Nebraska high schools

The U.S. Military gave a 3 hour test to 8,837 kids in Nebraska high schools last year under the guise of a career exploration program and used the results for recruiting purposes without parental consent. You can stop it like we did in Maryland by simply sending an email we'll write for you to your state's superintendent of schools. Get in touch www.studentprivacy.org info@studentprivacy.org
Posted by Military Testing | Sun Dec 11, 2011, 07:20 PM (0 replies)

Military testing in Montana high schools

The U.S. Military gave a 3 hour test to 6,011 kids in Montana high schools last year under the guise of a career exploration program and used the results for recruiting purposes without parental consent. You can stop it like we did in Maryland by simply sending an email we'll write for you to your state's superintendent of schools. Get in touch www.studentprivacy.org info@studentprivacy.org
Posted by Military Testing | Sun Dec 11, 2011, 07:19 PM (0 replies)

Military testing in Missouri high schools

The U.S. Military gave a 3 hour test to 20,549 kids in Missouri high schools last year under the guise of a career exploration program and used the results for recruiting purposes without parental consent. You can stop it like we did in Maryland by simply sending an email we'll write for you to your state's superintendent of schools. Get in touch www.studentprivacy.org info@studentprivacy.org
Posted by Military Testing | Sun Dec 11, 2011, 07:18 PM (5 replies)

Military testing in Minnesota high schools

The U.S. Military gave a 3 hour test to 12,661 kids in Minnesota high schools last year under the guise of a career exploration program and used the results for recruiting purposes without parental consent. You can stop it like we did in Maryland by simply sending an email we'll write for you to your state's superintendent of schools. Get in touch www.studentprivacy.org info@studentprivacy.org
Posted by Military Testing | Sun Dec 11, 2011, 07:16 PM (0 replies)

Military testing in Michigan's schools

The U.S. Military gave a 3 hour test to 12,918 kids in Michigan high schools last year under the guise of a career exploration program and used the results for recruiting purposes without parental consent. You can stop it like we did in Maryland by simply sending an email we'll write for you to your state's superintendent of schools. Get in touch www.studentprivacy.org info@studentprivacy.org
Posted by Military Testing | Sun Dec 11, 2011, 07:15 PM (2 replies)

Military testing in Mas. high schools

The U.S. Military gave a 3 hour test to 5,544 kids in Massachusetts high schools last year under the guise of a career exploration program and used the results for recruiting purposes without parental consent. You can stop it like we did in Maryland by simply sending an email we'll write for you to your state's superintendent of schools. Get in touch www.studentprivacy.org info@studentprivacy.org
Posted by Military Testing | Sun Dec 11, 2011, 07:14 PM (0 replies)
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