February 3, 2014 Laws, U.S., Youth & Schools
Kealey Bultena reports:
This week, the House Education committee revisits a bill focused on protecting privacy of students who take education assessments. Senate Bill 63 includes a short-list of information tests can’t require students provide.
Cindy Flakoll is a lobbyist for Concerned Women for America. The group’s mission is to bring Biblical principals into public policy. Flakoll says she supports the move to restrict identifiable data from the federal government, but she questions its impact.
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