New Zealand's principals concerned over students' privacy

10/28/2013 | New Zealand Herald, The

Some principals in New Zealand are criticising a plan to release school data that they believe could go too far in identifying students -- violating privacy rights. Of particular concern, they say, is that at small schools, students identified by race and ethnicity could be easily singled out. If the plan goes forward, principals have said they could consider legal action against the Ministry of Education.

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