The State of Data Privacy in K-12 Schools
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In this episode of The K-12 Tech Experience, Jake Kasowski is joined by Jim Siegl, Senior Technologist at The Future of Privacy Forum, to discuss the current state of data privacy in K-12 schools. Data Privacy Month just wrapped up in January, but that doesn't mean we should stop discussing it.

Jim shares his thoughts as to why 2021 was a more challenging year for K-12 education than 2020, what the Future of Privacy Forum is focused on looking ahead, and Jim gives a few predictions on where privacy in schools is heading.

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(03:13) - Jim's key takeaways from 2021 surrounding data privacy in K-12 schools

(09:56) - Jim's thoughts on the applications used in schools and the potential privacy risks

(14:23) - Looking ahead into 2022 and Jim's predictions on where data privacy is headed

(19:28) - What K-12 district administrators need to be mindful of as more edtech apps are used in schools

(23:46) - How Jim's thinking around data privacy and security in schools has changed

(27:32) - Jim's advice to administrators when it comes to storing sensitive data and securing it

(31:11) - What is ahead from The Future of Privacy Forum

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