What We’re Reading: K-12 News (Feb – July 2018)

What We’re Reading: K-12 News (Feb – July 2018)

Beyond our “Top 10,” FPF’s student privacy newsletter includes many, many other stories. Below are the K-12 stories we found important over the last few months.

K-12 News

Skip to Stories About Ed Tech and Student Privacy

Skip to Stories About Education Research and Studies

Skip to Federal Updates

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Skip to Stories About Children’s Privacy

Skip to Stories About Student Safety and Surveillance

Skip to Stories About International Student Privacy

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Ed Tech and Student Privacy

Education Research and Studies

Federal Updates

  • US Department of Education reassigned the agency’s Chief Privacy Officer Kathleen Styles in March to a different role. A permanent new CPO has not yet been appointed.
  • The Department of Education released new guidance on photos and videos under FERPA.
  • TeachPrivacy has a new one-page infographic on FERPA!

State Updates

Children’s Privacy

Student Safety and Surveillance

International Privacy


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