How are schools using, protecting student data?

01/20/2012 | U.S. News & World Report

States are now collecting more data than ever on students, teachers and schools, but parents and students have little access to the information, according to a report by the Data Quality Campaign. The government is taking steps to help protect the data contained in students' permanent records, but some privacy experts remain concerned about the safety of the data.

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