A company offering virtual learning programs in Missouri “inadvertently” released student information as it worked the Capitol halls earlier this year in a bid to make it easier to expand its offerings.
Kurt Erikson reports:
In an Aug. 20 letter, Christopher Neale, assistant commissioner of the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, said the company distributed a spreadsheet to lobbyists, lawmakers and members of the state Board of Education that included personal information of students.
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I’m glad they put “inadvertently” in quotation marks.