Nov 142013
 November 14, 2013  Posted by  Youth & Schools

Shay Maunz reports:

The West Virginia Board of Education is pledging not to share students’ personal information with anyone outside the system.

The move, codified with a resolution passed Wednesday at the board’s regular meeting that will eventually become policy, was made in large part to appease West Virginians who are concerned with West Virginia’s adoption of the national Common Core standards for education.

Read more on Charleston Daily Mail, and good for them! What other states are wisely doing voluntarily will take a court order in New York, and I’ll be watching the lawsuit by NYC parents mentioned previously on this blog.

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