Gonzaga vs. Doe

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NPR's Nina Totenberg reports on a case being argued before the Supreme Court today, testing whether colleges may be sued for releasing a student's private record without consent. The case concerns a former student at Gonzaga University who couldn't get his teaching certificate because the school refused to vouch for his character to a state board.



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