The Education Privacy Resource Center
Student Privacy Compass – named after the core federal law that governs education privacy – is the education privacy resource center. Student Privacy Compass’s resource search center allows you to search by audience type (like “parents”), type of resource (like “1-2 Pager”), and/or tags (like “Parental Rights” or “Surveillance”), and also has pages with specific information and guidance for parents, students, educators, K-12 and higher ed officials, ed tech, and policymakers. Also check out our blog, which features a variety of perspectives from leading education privacy practitioners and advocates. Student Privacy Compass is a project of the Future of Privacy Forum (FPF).
Who We Are
Student Privacy Compass is primarily operated by FPF’s Education Policy Counsel, Amelia Vance. Amelia leads FPF’s work to ensure the responsible use of student data and education technology in K-12 and Higher Education, helping educators with resources and information, and seeking inputs from all stakeholders to ensure students succeed. Specifically, Amelia leads FPF’s K-12, Higher Education, and K-12 Privacy Leaders Working Groups; runs and writes content for Student Privacy Compass; tracks and provides comments on state and federal legislation; provides technical assistance to advocates, companies, and practitioners; presents at events, and writes op-eds, short pieces, and longer reports.