Testimony by Chuck, Woodbury, a father of a college girl

Testimony by Chuck, Woodbury, a father of a college girl

I would like to share and present my research on the “Disaggregated Data Collection And Educational Attainment Gaps” with the educators and legislators. 

•Disaggregated data collection will split united communities in the State

•Disaggregated data collection is another form of discrimination

•Disaggregated data collection is not scientific

•Disaggregated data collection project would be financially high cost

•The solutions for promoting education development should be tested before beingimplemented at state and national level (1)

•Disaggregated Data collection project lacks the needed protections to student dataprivacy

•Disaggregated data collection will not solve the issue of educational attainment gapsamong sub ethnic groups

•Race is not one of the factors impacting student’s learning and performance

We call for the State Legislature’s immediate attention to these issues we are raising from this so called disaggregated data collection bill/project. We call for new legislative initiatives to repeal or amend the related legislations.