Feb 092015
 February 9, 2015  Posted by  U.S., Youth & Schools

Ty Tagami of AJC reports:

Schools are harnessing high-powered computer networks and sophisticated software to improve education, but privacy advocates warn they may be putting students at risk.

The fear is that their personal information can slip out of school district hands when it’s entrusted to corporations. With fraud and identity theft rising and advertising becoming increasingly targeted, the challenge is to protect student privacy without undermining the educational benefits of 21st-century technology.

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