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Privacy concerns over Common Core tests

New York State - New concerns have surfaced over Common Core test scores and privacy.

Some parents, teachers and lawmakers are worried individual scores on the test could end
up in the wrong hands.

Education leaders say only a child's parents and teachers will have access to individual
scores online.

They add that school data will be put into a federal database, but individual scores will not
be put into that federal database.

Critics are concerned a security breach could compromise the data.

 
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