Teacher's student-data pledge supports confidentiality

04/9/2013 | Education Week Teacher

Chicago elementary teacher Michelle Gunderson, who participated in the recent Occupy Department of Education 2.0 protest in Washington, D.C., recently shared a Personal Pledge for the Ethical Use of Student Data with National Board Certified Teacher Anthony Cody. In this post on Cody's blog, she writes about why such a pledge -- included in the post -- to keep students' test scores private is needed to help districts exercise some control over the way in which they use standardized tests.

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