US privacy laws fail to protect students


In a report, the Center for Democracy and Technology finds that student privacy laws are insufficient to protect students in the face of increasing use of remote education technologies and insufficient staff and other resources. CDT examined the practices of 43 local education authorities and their relationships with their state education agencies in order to understand what information is transparently and proactively available to families, staff, and other stakeholders.

Writer: Elizabeth Laird

Publication: Center for Democracy and Technology

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