Data Privacy: Can Innovation and Privacy Coexist?
How can we use student data to achieve better learning outcomes, while also protecting it? Educators want to use technology to be more innovative, but they also need to keep student data private. To help address this, school leaders are looking at policies to protect student-data privacy, and working with private companies to use data in a way that respects privacy and enables innovation. Hear experts in the area discuss how K-12 policymakers can support innovation, and protect student data.
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- Learn how public and private sectors are working together to ensure student data is kept safe, and used only for the intended purposes.
- Walk away with a deeper knowledge on the types of data that is currently being collected, how it is used for learning purposes, and how it could possibly be used in unintended ways.
- Understand the questions that the industry needs to be asking when it comes to the access that third-party vendors have to private student data.
- Sean cavanagh, Associate Editor, Education Week
- Cameron Evans, National Chief Technology Officer, Microsoft Education, Microsoft
- Karen Holst, Educational Technology, California Department of Education
- Khalia Barnes, Director, EPIC Student Privacy Project, EPIC Administrative Law Counsel, Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC)
Natalie Lieblick, Account Director, Waggener Edstrom Worldwide
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