New educator resource is intended to find accurate, up-to-date evaluations of privacy and security practices of ed-tech applications
Common Sense Education, in collaboration with over 70 schools and districts nationwide, launched its K-12 Ed-Tech Privacy Evaluation Platform to support educators in their effort to make informed decisions about the educational software being used on campuses throughout the country.
With schools and districts struggling to manage the challenge of evaluating the privacy and security practices
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