From sexual assault, to school yard injuries, to public safety, to political campaign contributions to racial bias, a federal privacy law called FERPA is being used as a one-word, catch-all answer for any information a school doesn't want to share. Host: Sara Ganim; Reporters: Marianna Faiello, Camille Respess; Guests: Laura Dunn, Karen Truszkowski, Brett Sokolow, Kendall Ware, Samantha Brennan, Abigail Owens, Brooke Moore.
EXTRA: Why don't we know where all the lead pipes are?
EXTRA: The Human Toll Of Missing Data
Any Other Law
EXTRA: Why Don't We Know how many kids are attending virtual learning?
What the heck is FERPA?
BONUS: Secrecy and the Coronavirus
Up In Flames
Public, Not Public
EXTRA: When speech isn’t free, but it should be
What is a FOIA Anyway?
The Blame Game
A Deadly Reversal
More Than Just a Code of Silence
Why Don't We Know
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