Data Privacy Concerns Get Closer Scrutiny in K–12 Districts

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Data Privacy Concerns Get Closer Scrutiny in K–12 Districts

Data privacy is quickly emerging as a top concern for K–12 districts. Leaders and legislators are recognizing that while educational technology brings many benefits, it also creates a responsibility for districts to ensure that student data is not compromised. Experts say that while awareness is growing, there is room for improvement. They recommend that district leaders develop broad programs of data governance, take advantage of resources designed to support program development and create step-by-step plans to tackle one piece of the puzzle at a time.

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Wed, 05/15/2019 – 13:46

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#DataPrivacy is a concern in #K12, and educators are starting to become more aware of the risks and responsibilities of #edtech integration.

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What I encourage folks to do is look at data governance as a whole unit.

Melissa Tebbenkamp, Instructional Technology Director, Raytown Quality Schools

Melissa Tebbenkamp

Instructional Technology Director, Raytown Quality Schools

Data Privacy Concerns Get Closer Scrutiny in K–12 Districts
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