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JayReddington June 6th, 2017 3:40pm

Should taxpayers have a legal right to film a teacher in a publicly funded school?

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06/06/17 4:01 pm

A taxpayer with reason other than curiosity. Not even the school is allowed to have cameras in classrooms where i live.

Butters Wisconsin
06/06/17 1:13 pm

As a parent I would not want my child involved.

FacePalm That Trick Never Works
06/06/17 11:18 am

What prompted this question?

It depends on the level if disruption caused and the intent if the videographer. I believe privacy laws come into play.

jhfahfkdshf California
06/06/17 10:27 am

I'm a teacher, and I would say yes, if they're with the children at the time. Parents have asked to sit in and watch while I'm at work (with their child and other children), and I would not have a problem with it if they wanted to film me for some reason.

WorstGooEver Nuke the Hurricanes
06/06/17 10:04 am

They don't even have the right to be in the building.

UniversePlan Michigan
06/06/17 9:22 am

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musicotic Michigan
06/06/17 8:41 am

What the hell is this question​?

CoffeeNow Powderpuff Leftist
06/06/17 8:48 am

What do you mean?

musicotic Michigan
06/06/17 9:09 am

Right to privacy??

RagingMystic covfefe
06/06/17 10:21 am

That's the thing, I'm inclined to say no because of right to privacy, but at the same time that eliminates a lot of accountability.