The second annual School Leadership Summit (SchoolLeadershipSummit.com) took place on March 26th-March 28th. This free, global, and online event included sessions from all over the world that are beneficial to school, district, regional, state, national, and other educational leaders.
As districts adopt cloud-computing services to achieve their educational objectives and maximize new technologies, they transfer increasing quantities of student information to third-party providers, and often without requiring basic privacy protections. As a result, school districts may fall short of federal privacy standards and of community expectations for children’s privacy. Hear from legal and policy experts the steps that can be taken to help ensure strong data security measures are in place to protect student and employee privacy and proper limitations are set to prevent commercial data mining.
Join us on Thursday, September 25, 2014 at 3:00 PM PDT. Register here.
Strategies for Managing Digital Resources: Simple Tools for Curating Content; A Reflection from SBAC Field Testing; Mobile Technology and the Common Core—Strategies for Addressing ELA Standards; and more. Find them here.
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