Jim Siegel reports on what sounds like a bizarre claim:
A week after the state’s largest charter school turned over thousands of records to the state, it now wants some of them back.
The Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow is accusing the Ohio Department of Education of criminal invasion of privacy that, it argues, puts hundreds of students’ identities at risk.
A letter from ECOT to the education department’s legal counsel accuses the department of violating state law in regards to the removal of student records from the school’s custody — even though ECOT itself provided the records.
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