Test-Maker Sued Over Divulging Students’ Disabilities
[Source: Disability Scoop]
A major standardized test-maker is being accused of illegally disclosing students’ disabilities.
In a class action lawsuit filed this month, a group of students is accusing ACT, Inc. of sharing information about their disabilities on score reports sent to colleges as well as wrongly selling the information.
“ACT flags students’ test scores, discloses their confidential information to colleges pre-admission and stigmatizes students with disabilities in the admissions process,” said Rahul Ravipudi, a Los Angeles attorney representing students in the case. “Not
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