Washington state officials struggle with student-data policy

06/19/2010 | Seattle Times, The

Educators in Washington state are struggling with a new federal policy that requires schools to collect more specific information regarding students' race and ethnicity. When parents do not fill out the information, school officials are being asked to guess. Some parents have criticized the policy, saying it amounts to racial profiling, and administrators say their staffs have not been trained to make such determinations.

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