How administrators can address student data security

04/20/2014 | EdSurge

School administrators are struggling to find more secure ways to digitally store and manage student data as parents and the public voice privacy concerns, Frank Catalano, a veteran analyst of digital-education technologies, writes in this commentary. Cases such as the scanning of student information in Google Apps for Education raise questions, Catalano notes, explaining how administrators can engage in a productive discussion about data-mining by establishing limits on data collection and clearly defining how students' information will be used.

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