PA: Woodland Hills website lists some student test scores in error

A superintendent’s report posted on the Internet — intended to help Woodland Hills school board members decide whether to stop using an alternative school — exposed for more than a week the confidential state test scores of individual students.

Woodland Hills Superintendent Walter Calinger said the portion of his report containing the names and performance levels of 12 students attending Boyce Campus Middle College High School should have been removed before the report was posted online.

Read more on TMCnet.com.

And in case you’re wondering:  no, the U.S. Dept. of Education has never fined any entity for a data breach as far as I know.

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