Blog: Student Data Privacy Articles

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NYS Ed Law 2-d Part 121 Requirements

NY State Educators Approach July 1st Deadline to Demonstrate Compliance with Ed Law 2-d Part 121

Public school districts in New York state have until July 1, 2020 to complete the requirements of Education Law 2-d Part 121. The law protects student data privacy and security by limiting access to students’ personally identifiable information (PII) in all public schools and education agencies throughout the state. Learn how EdPrivacy helps district leaders quickly and easily identify safe technologies for the classroom and meet their obligations under the law.
Technology in the Classroom

How Technology in the Classroom Impacts Student Data Privacy

Until a parent voiced a concern, teachers in an Illinois school district had been able to use any application or online resource they chose in their classrooms. That parent inquiry sent the superintendent and director of technology on a quest that led to major changes in how the district investigates and vets applications and websites for use. Learn how River Forest School District 90 stepped up their privacy game with help from EdPrivacy by Education Framework.
CCPA student data privacy

The California Consumer Privacy Act Bolstering Student Data Privacy Goes into Effect

Beginning January 1, 2020, The California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (CCPA) is in effect. This comprehensive law protects the personal information of all California residents collected by any company doing business in the state of California. Edtech companies that collect PII from California students are bound by this new law. Read more about CCPA and learn how EdPrivacy helps school district leaders navigate the requirements of multiple laws and ensure student data is properly protected.