Jul 242014
 
 July 24, 2014  U.S., Youth & Schools

Benjamin Herold reports:

A newly formed coalition of parent groups issued a call Wednesday for Congressional hearings into concerns regarding inappropriate uses of students’ sensitive educational information.

The group, known as the Parent Coalition for Student Privacy, is also seeking improvements to the two major federal laws affecting student data privacy, as well as an overall legislative approach focused on minimizing the collection of sensitive student information while maximizing opportunities for parental notification and consent.

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