Apr 282014
 April 28, 2014  Posted by  U.S., Youth & Schools

Anya Kamenetz writes:

….  Student data used to be the pet cause of a small group of lawyers and activists. Now, in part because of the InBloom controversy, it’s gaining broader attention. This year, 82 bills in 32 states have been introduced that somehow address student privacy.

But what, exactly, is new here? How worried should you be as a parent? And what are the remedies?


Until very recently, as students moved from elementary to middle school and high school and college, little more than a one-page transcript followed.

In 2005, things changed.

Read more on WUWM (Milwaukee Public Radio)

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