This resource outlines five principles that the Parent Coalition for Student Privacy believes should be incorporated into any policy, law, or regulation pertaining to the use of student data. We have downloaded a copy of Parent Coalition of Study Privacy’s resource for your viewing.
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Making Sure It’s Not “Too Good To Be True” – Vetting EdTech ToolsMay 4, 2020Learn More
This white paper by the Student Data Privacy Consortium (SDPC) and the Access 4 Learning Community (A4L) describes the challenges faced by schools and district…
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Third Party Contractor Requirements at a Glance: NY Education Law §2-dJan 29, 2020Learn More
This three-pager describes New York State Education Law §2-d's third party contractor requirements at a glance, including: who must comply what data is prote…
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USEd Data-Sharing Tool Kit for CommunitiesJul 17, 2019Learn More
The purpose of this tool kit is to inform civic and community leaders who wish to use shared data to improve academic and life outcomes for students while prot…
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