The Data Quality Campaign Releases New Resource The Data Quality Campaign (DQC) recently released a new resource on teacher preparation programs. DQC resources are available to download on the DQC website, free of charge.
Politico’s Caitlin Emma wrote an article on “the flood of personal data about teenage students” from massive open online courses “flowing to private companies, thanks to loopholes in federal privacy laws.”
The Korea Times published a piece about Microsoft’s commitment to student privacy.
Tuscon Weekly published a piece on opting out of Common Core testing through the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act of 1998 (COPPA).
Education Week published a piece on University of California - Los Angeles professor of education and information studies Noel Enyedy’s conclusion “that education technology deployed in the name of personalized instruction yields modest improvements in educational outcomes, at best, in some cases, and none at all in others.”
This update was compiled by Hannah Offer. Hannah is a senior at the Crossroads School for Arts & Sciences and a research assistant for the Student Privacy Initiative.