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Groups protest TEA release of student special education plans

Dec 7, 2017 by

Two statewide education groups are calling on the Texas Education Agency to suspend its efforts to datamine special education plans for students across Texas, saying parents have been cut out of the process and that privacy questions need to be answered.

Disability Rights Texas — a federally-created group that advocates for people with disabilities — and the Texas Council of Administrators of Special Education say the project needs further scrutiny and she be put on pause in light of recent complaints.

But TEA says they have no plans to pause anything. The two advoacy groups have known about the project for months, the agency said in a statement, and have appeared to be supportive until now.

Source: Groups protest TEA release of student special education plans

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