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 August 20, 2021  Posted by  Govt, Laws, U.S., Youth & Schools

Raymond Rendleman reports:

Federal officials recently found that the Gladstone School District had violated national regulations related to sharing students’ personally identifiable information.

District officials acknowledged that improper disclosure did occur as a parent alleged, according to Benjamin Ferraro, an analyst with the Student Privacy Policy Office of the U.S Department of Education. Last year a Gladstone teacher disclosed information related to a student’s attendance, participation and missing assignments to other students and parents through a software program.

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