Apr 162015
 April 16, 2015  Posted by  Business, U.S., Youth & Schools

Dave Madsen reports:

WILBRAHAM, Mass (WGGB) — Protecting a student’s right to privacy. The Hampden Wilbraham Regional School Committee saying no to giving the company that oversees PARCC testing access to student’s (sic) social media accounts.

School committee members taking a stand for student’s rights to privacy.  In a letter to the Massachusetts department of elementary and secondary education, Marc Ducey, chair of the regional school committee says, “It violated their privacy and is a slap in the face to our test proctors who are diligent in ensuring the test environment is protected. It is wrong.”

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