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  • Video: Automated calls notify parents about release of student information

    Sacramento City Unified School District made automated calls to families informing them of the legal case regarding the disclosure of student information and advising how parents could file an objection.

Sacramento City Unified School District made automated calls to families informing them of the legal case regarding the disclosure of student information and advising how parents could file an objection. The Sacramento Bee
Sacramento City Unified School District made automated calls to families informing them of the legal case regarding the disclosure of student information and advising how parents could file an objection. The Sacramento Bee

Special-education groups say California alarmed parents about data transfer

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