Student Privacy During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Resources

Student Privacy During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Resources

As the COVID-19 pandemic sweeps across the country, administrators and educators are seeking guidance on how to provide privacy-protective online learning and responsibly disclose information to their communities. This webpage provides a regularly updated list of student privacy and security resources, including those created specifically in response to COVID-19 and previously available resources that may be useful.

Last updated 8/31/2021

FPF COVID-19 Resources

COVID-19 Resources, Federal Government

COVID-19 Resources, State Government

COVID-19 Resources, Other Organizations

Relevant Resources Created Prior to the Pandemic

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