U.S. Department of Education issues guidance on student data privacy, use
Student security and data privacy are top concerns for today’s students, and now federal guidelines are helping to shed light on the often confusing issue of data security.
Speaking at the Common Sense Media Privacy Zone Conference on Feb. 24, U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan said keeping student data secure and using it for its intended purposes are top priorities.
To that end, the U.S. Department of Education (ED) on Feb. 25 released guidance for vendors that work with schools to store student data. Part of ED’s efforts will involve helping educators understand how technology and data interact and how privacy issues surround data issues.
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