N.Y. moves toward cloud-based data storage for schools

Some parents on Long Island, N.Y., are opposed to a plan to release student data to inBloom, a private firm that will be charged with storing and managing the data in a computerized, cloud-based database. While the service is intended to be a one-stop shop for student data, opponents say they are concerned about turning over student data and the possibility the personal information could be insecure.

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