The College Board is illegally selling student data for 42 cents per student.
PSAT/SAT day is Wednesday April 5 this week in NY schools and many other public schools in states around the country. These exams are now required in at least 9 states, but are given in many more states and districts, including NYC.
The College Board is unethically if not illegally amassing a huge amount of personal student information through the administration of these exams and selling it for a profit (though they call it “licensing” the names) at 42 cents per student. They are providing the information to a range of undisclosed institutions and companies, including reportedly the Department of Defense to help them recruit for the military.
If your child or your students are taking one of these tests, tell them to enter only the minimal info: name, address, gender and date of birth.
Read this post by privacy advocate Cheri Kiesecker:
Leonie Haimson responded to the CB…
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