Ahh..the glass half full explanation. What else would a CIO think? I would like to see if the ranks of CIOs have grown, shrunk or stayed the same. Either of the latter two, I suspect, which takes some steam out of this whole conversation.
Rick, I think you overlooking the core problems with this project. First, student personal data such as and I quote from the Daily News article is not being collected now - it's at the school or school system level if that. What parent would not be concerned when InBloom says it cannot guarantee the security of their child's e-mail address, grades or mobile phone number? That's private stuff and security should be guaranteed.
"The most sensitive confidential data is being shared, including children’s names, emails, phone numbers, photos, which will be stored along with grades, test scores, health conditions, disabilities and detailed disciplinary records."
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