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November 12, 2015 | Olga Garcia-Kaplan
Google, surveillance and student privacy
Having technology in our new schools has been an adventure. It’s exciting to watch the kids have access to technology and integrate it into their education. Even more interesting is how the technology has not taken over instruction but is a compliment to the teacher’s toolkit. And so it goes in middle school with the […]
October 30, 2015 | Olga Garcia-Kaplan
Reader friendly privacy policies are possible
This school year has certainly been an adventure for my family on some many levels, and I am tickled every time my kids come home with a new school letter informing me of the new app/software/technology they are using. Of course, everything that comes home is received with a healthy dose of skepticism from me. […]
September 18, 2015 | Olga Garcia-Kaplan
A privacy maze
We moved. We left our beloved Brooklyn for a new State to call home. Moving means not just a new house but new routines, new friends and new schools! And as excited and anxious as the kids were to start in new schools, well, so was I. The schools are great, we’re slowly making new […]
April 16, 2015 | Ferpa Sherpa
Privacy policies and Security – can we get it right???
We talk about building trust so that we can work on protecting student data privacy, but it is difficult to protect student privacy only with policy.
March 5, 2015 | Ferpa Sherpa
Guest Post: When talking student privacy, we need to all get on the same page
When we discuss privacy protections we often focus on what we want the industry to provide parents and students, often we do not hear from the industry.