Data-Privacy Questions From Parents That Schools Should Be Ready to Answer

| September 11, 2018

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A new guide for parents outlines seven key questions that parents should be asking their children's schools about student-data privacy offering a roadmap for the issues that K-12 leaders should be prepared to discuss.The guide was released Tuesday by the Future of Privacy Forum, a Washington think.For schools and districts awash in technology, much of which is often marketed directly to teachers, answering even the most basic question "Which websites, services, and apps will my child's classroom use this year?" could prove challenging.

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