Apr 082015
 
 April 8, 2015  Posted by  Business, U.S., Youth & Schools

Moriah Costa reports:

Susan Buzin never thought she would homeschool her children.

But after researching data changes to the Chester County, Pennsylvania, school district, she discovered that loopholes in the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act means her children’s identifying information is released to third-party vendors and collected into a data system.

“It makes me very angry that parents still believe, if they don’t know a lot of this going on… that their child’s information is being kept private,” she said.

Read more on Watchdog.org.

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