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 March 13, 2015  Business, U.S., Youth & Schools

Debbie Kelley reports:

Are parents just being paranoid or are their concerns about the privacy of student data that’s collected during computerized testing and on surveys valid?

Perhaps some of both.

During a public hearing, the Colorado State Board of Education hosted Thursday, officials from the Colorado Department of Education and Pearson State Assessment Services tried to assuage fears and address rumors about what data is being collected and why.

But State Board members and parents who attended say the responses were not good enough. Some questions were not answered.

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