Should taxpayers have a legal right to film a teacher in a publicly funded school?
A taxpayer with reason other than curiosity. Not even the school is allowed to have cameras in classrooms where i live.
As a parent I would not want my child involved.
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.
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.
They don't even have the right to be in the building.
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What the hell is this question?
What do you mean?
The answer is obviously no.
Right to privacy??
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.