New York leaders to push changes on student privacy, testing
State political and educational leaders in New York, responding to recent outcry from parents and educators, are pushing changes they say will protect privacy of students' school records and ease test pressures. State Sen. John Flanagan, chairman of the Senate's Education Committee, said he expects quick action after the legislature convenes in January on a measure clamping extra restrictions on release of students' test records to commercial contractors.
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