A reader let me know that his/her home got a call from Universal Survey (according to their phone message they do "marketing and political opinion" surveys. The caller said they were doing a survey for SPS. The reader did not continue the call. Anyone else?
As well, the APP blog had a comment that one person had not received their scores and e-mailed AL. They received a prompt reply that a letter had been mailed Feb. 15(!) but it never reached the family. What was worse is that they received a PDF with the scores for their child but ALSO names, IDs, addresses and test scores for 60 other students. Did anyone else get this in their letter?
I also note that I believe something of a similar nature happened to some Sped students (to an even larger degree).
I find this all quite interesting given that tomorrow's Work Session is on ....data privacy and how SPS has great polices and procedures in place. I will inquire to the district about these incidents and will they be letting parents know of this issue.
What's on your mind?