Apr 022014
 April 2, 2014  Posted by  Youth & Schools

Carolyn Thompson reports:

New York has reversed course to use an Atlanta-based company to store student data for parents and officials to use to track student progress, after the plan triggered privacy concerns and a legal challenge.

“We will not store any student data with inBloom, and we have directed inBloom to securely delete all the non-identifiable data that has been stored,” a statement Wednesday from state Education Department spokesman Dennis Tomkins said.

Read more on Houston Chronicle. Also see coverage on LoHud.

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