Massachusetts is one of nine states taking part in a pilot program in which the nonprofit inBloom seeks to streamline student data -- collecting and storing it in a uniform way. However, some are calling for the state to withdraw from the program over concerns that students' data could be a target for hackers. Already, two states participating in the pilot program -- Georgia and Louisiana -- have chosen not to allow student data on the group's database, and the program also has faced criticism in New York City.
Mass. plan to streamline student data faces security questions
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