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 April 21, 2014  Posted by  U.S., Youth & Schools

Jo Napolitano reports:

The technology nonprofit inBloom, created to build a massive cloud-based student data system, announced Monday it will close — just weeks after New York ordered it to delete state student records.

In an open letter posted to the group’s website, inBloom chief executive Iwan Streichenberger said the Atlanta-based organization had become “a lightning rod for misdirected criticism.”

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