Securing Student Privacy From Home: Resources for Teachers

Securing Student Privacy From Home: Resources for Teachers

Switching from an in-person school environment to classrooms on the cloud drastically changes how teachers must frame the concept of student privacy. Not only is most learning occurring online, so are all communications with parents, school administration, and students. Additionally, all learning and teaching is happening from everyone’s respective home–an environment outside of the control of school and district IT staff. Securing the online classroom is just as important as securing the in-person class, and the following security resources provide teachers with clear steps on how to secure their remote teaching environment, online accounts, and more:

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