May 122014
 May 12, 2014  Posted by  Laws, Youth & Schools

Marcos Colón reports:

A state privacy bill meant to protect the personally identifiable information of Connecticut students was rejected by a Connecticut House committee this week.

Originally passed by the Education Committee on a 22-10 vote, Senate Bill 423 would have prevented the release of scores related to a military-aptitude test, as well as other information, to a third party such as military recruiting services, according to a report by The New Haven Register.

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