As schools nationwide adopt more digital technologies that collect student data, a group now is pressing for additional safeguards to ensure that students' data and privacy are not jeopardized. "We believe in the power of education technology, used wisely, to transform learning," said James P. Steyer, CEO of Common Sense Media. "But students should not have to surrender their privacy at the schoolhouse door," he added.
Is school technology putting students' data at risk?
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