Will Ripley reports from Colorado:
The private information of nearly 85,000 Jefferson County public school students will soon be available in a single database.
Supporters call it a breakthrough, but opponents call it an invasion of privacy.
Jeffco Public Schools is joining forces with inBloom, a pilot program praised by supporters as a revolutionary way to streamline student information.
Some parents have serious concerns, that student grades, test scores, even health records will be vulnerable to cyber attack.
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