We're back again! This week I'm excited to share a conversation with our friend Shea Swauger about the prison to school pipeline of ed tech. We delve into a few topics surrounding the two-way commerce of discrimination in education, from the intentional to the unintentional. The idea of the school to prison pipeline, a concept of how certain policies (see: zero tolerance) interfere with the education of students of color and put them on the path to incarceration, but schools also import technology and policies developed or perfected in prisons into their classrooms and courses. This is a difficult -- but extremely important -- topic that Shea was kind enough to discuss with us. The show notes this week are copious with an amazing amount of resources, so please, dive in!

Show Notes

Shea Swauger | libraries | technology | equity | education

Shea Swauger Presentation: The Prison to School Pipeline of EdTech

Michel Foucault (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy) 

National Conference of State Legislatures: Felon Voting Rights

NPR: Florida Republicans Target Efforts To Help Felons Vote

Executive Order on Combating Race and Sex Stereotyping

EdSurge: New Ownership for an LMS Giant: Private Equity Firm to Buy Instructure for $2 Billion

The New York Times: The 1619 Project

The New York Times: Why American Prisons Owe Their Cruelty to Slavery

Adam Ruins Everything: Episode 16: The Failure of the War on Drugs

Netflix: I Am Not Your Negro

The OWL at Purdue: Critical Race Theory in Writing and Literature

Vox: Intersectionality, Explained

For more information on Critical Race Theory and Intersectionality, Kimberlé Williams Crenshaw is a prominent author with several works available on these topics.

UC Davis: Privacy Considerations for Remote Proctoring Technology

Temple University: Proctorio Best Practices for a Smooth Final Exam

Inside Higher Ed: Drowned Bunnies: Part 2

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