Ugly fight over North Carolina education technology contract turns to allegations that the content of a former employee’s personal text messages, that had been set up to forward to a department-issued laptop before the employee retired, proves procurement interference. But the messages in question were exchanged 16 months after the employee returned the device.
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Only 14 school districts or postsecondary education institutions are documented as having self-reported data breaches, inadvertent data sharing and cyber hacks to the U.S. Department of Education over the last five years. All in 2018 and 2019.
National winners of the 300-500 word essay contest receive scholarship awards.
Despite increasing precision — or “word-gymnastics” — aimed at teasing out the information about how the records were actually destroyed and by whom, Baltimore County Public schools’ current response on the matter is now silence.
According to BCPS staff, only 11 Maryland school districts have opted for pre-Labor Day start date for next school year.
“There is a lot that should be done between ‘nothing’ and ‘detention’ to reform juvenile delinquency in schools.”