SCHOOL PRIVACY ZONE SUMMIT: PROTECTING STUDENT DATA FROM THE CLASSROOM TO THE CLOUD | Common Sense Media, Washington, DC | February 24, 2014 | Common Sense Media and the Annenberg Retreat at Sunnylands are hosting a summit focused on protecting student privacy as educators move more information into the cloud. Clinical Instructor Dalia Topelson will join policymakers, educators, technologists and advocates for a discussion on student privacy as education institutions are using online and mobile platforms to enhance student’s experience in the classroom. The panel discussion will focus on the challenges schools face in adopting new technologies in light of existing regulations, and the desire to protect one of our most vulnerable populations.
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