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Education Department blunder puts ESA parent names in hands of group that opposes expansion of voucher program

The Arizona Department of Education provided a spreadsheet that inadvertently named every parent with an Empowerment Scholarship Account in the state to a group that widely opposes the program, a likely violation of federal student privacy laws.

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