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Google Joins Ed Tech Giants in Signing Student-Data Privacy Pledge

EdTech Magazine

Frank Smith President Obama is taking student-data privacy seriously, and companies are taking notice. Big Data Business Intelligence Classroom Internet Online Learning'

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Data Privacy in a Pandemic? Parents Are Concerned, But Still Welcome More Tech

Edsurge

The nonprofit CDT therefore classifies student online and data privacy as a “mid- to low-level” concern for parents. Still, parents further answered that they are equally responsible (52 percent) for their studentsdata privacy as their child’s school administrators are.

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5 ways our district streamlines edtech ecosystems

eSchool News

Student data privacy has been at the forefront of district leaders’ minds well before the pandemic. However, since COVID-19 shifted schools and classrooms online, it’s not surprising that tech usage has reached an all-time high.

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How to Manage Student Devices for Remote Learning

Digital Promise

Remind staff about student data privacy and security. You should not record or snap photos of your remote classroom with student images and then post on social media. Review the Staff Responsible Use policy in your employee handbook and remember that the policy still applies to working from home.

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Micro-credentials and COVID-19: Supporting Professional Learning When Schools are Closed

Digital Promise

Parents are also increasingly worried about what their children may access or be exposed to online. Student data privacy should not be a victim to tumultuous times. Contact the Digital Promise Micro-credential team directly if you would like support in leveraging micro-credentials for professional learning.

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5 ways our district streamlines edtech ecosystems

eSchool News

Student data privacy has been at the forefront of district leaders’ minds well before the pandemic. However, since COVID-19 shifted schools and classrooms online, it’s not surprising that tech usage has reached an all-time high.

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Lessons and Leadership During the Switch to Online Learning

edWeb.net

During a recent edLeader Panel , sponsored by The ProEthica® Program, the superintendent of one of America’s largest school districts spoke with a former state superintendent and other education leaders about key issues affecting students, parents, and educators, including digital access and equity, online privacy, and funding.