7/2/2013

A growing number of school districts nationwide are partnering with inBloom and other firms that are blending education data with cloud technology -- allowing them to store students' data in one location and use it in new ways, such as personalizing instruction for students. However, as the cloud-technology platforms become more common, they are drawing criticism in some places, including New York, where there are concerns about students' privacy and transparency.

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