EdTech & Data Privacy: The Case for Transparency
America's K-12 school districts, colleges and universities waste millions of dollars and countless hours annually in duplicative efforts to ensure that educational software and technology systems meet established data privacy and security standards. This panel will explore ways industry and U.S. schools can streamline these efforts, improve transparency and promote safer controls to protect students' data.
Additional Supporting Materials
- Why software and product data privacy and security reviews remain such a costly expense for U.S. schools and higher ed institutions
- Emerging models for streamlining data privacy and security reviews in K-12 and higher education.
- How schools and vendors would benefit if EdTech leaders made their products' data privacy and security provisions more transparent.
- Wyatt Kash, SVP Content Strategy, Scoop News Group / EdScoop
- Amelia Vance, Policy Counsel, Future of Privacy Forum
- Melissa Tebbenkamp, Director of Instructional Technology , Raytown Quality Schools
- Jon Allen, Assistant Vice President & Chief Information Security Officer, Baylor University
Wyatt Kash, SVP Content Strategy, Scoop News Group / EdScoop
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