A cyberattack illuminates the shaky state of student privacy

Lisa R. Parker

By Natasha Singer, The New York Situations Corporation The software that lots of university districts use to observe students’ development can document extremely private facts on young children: “Intellectual incapacity.” “Emotional Disturbance.” “Homeless.” “Disruptive.” “Defiance.” “Perpetrator.” “Excessive Speaking.” “Should go to tutoring.” Now these programs are coming less than heightened […]