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Minneapolis schools use data monitoring system on student conversations

Minneapolis Public Schools paid over $300,000 to a company called Gaggle to monitor the online conversations students are having while learning remotely. The district says it's intended to help curtail bullying and self-harming. Mark Keierleber, a reporter for the education news site The 74, joined CBSN AM to explain how Gaggle tracks students and why some parents are concerned.
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