Feb 282018
 February 28, 2018  Posted by  Non-U.S., Youth & Schools

Stephen Wynn-Davies reports:

A mother of three said she was prepared to take the Government to court over its decision to include ‘highly sensitive’ data on the National Pupil Database.

Jen Persson, from Pulborough, was ‘shocked’ when – last September – the Department for Education passed a law to collect more data on children who had been placed outside state-funded education for reasons including pregnancy, disability or mental health.

Read more at on West Sussex Country Times.

Forgive my skepticism, but phrases like “strictly vetted” fail to reassure me that data are really being protected adequately.

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