Jun 062019
 June 6, 2019  Posted by  Breaches, Featured News, U.S., Youth & Schools

Mark Walsh reports:

The U.S. Department of Education has found that Success Academy Charter Schools violated the federal student privacy law by disclosing personally identifiable information from the education records of a student in a controversy over the charter network’s suspension practices.

The department’s Student Privacy Policy Office wrote to Success Academy founder and CEO Eva Moskowitz last week to explain its findings that she had violated the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act involving two allegations from a New York City parent, Fatima Geidi.

Read more on Education Week.

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