Oct 152012
 
 October 15, 2012  Youth & Schools

Alec Hamilton reports:

A data-sharing agreement inked between the state Department of Education and a private nonprofit last week may led to confidential student information being used for commercial purposes, parents activists claim.

Critics said on Sunday they had privacy concerns about information sent to the student database known as the Shared Learning Collective — and a group called on Attorney General Eric Schneiderman to review the agreement.

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