Dec 202013
 
 December 20, 2013  Posted by  Youth & Schools

Jaired Crofut reports:

Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver has sent a letter to New York Education Commissioner John King Jr. saying the department should hold off on transferring sensitive student information to a new statewide database.

The letter, also signed by nearly 50 Assembly Democrats, says the lawmakers were swayed by testimony about potential flaws in the plan to share data with Atlanta-based InBloom.

Read more on WAMC. Related coverage on the Democrat & Chronicle.

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