This would be a great talk radio topic.
From the Washington Examiner:
Advocates claim cameras are a reliable way to improve safety, reinforce accountability, and allow parents to see and hear what their children are learning. They also say cameras could curb cheating and other bad behavior.
Critics claim surveillance systems undermine teachers, are a gross invasion of privacy, and could easily be hacked by people with nefarious intentions. Teachers unions say they would lead to “nuisance lawsuits” by conservative groups that don’t want children learning topics such as critical race theory.
Read the entire piece here.