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Does the Edtech solutions available in the market are data and privacy protected?

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posted Mar 27 by Chito

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The Common Sense Privacy Initiative is a coordinated effort to evaluate edtech tools, protect student privacy, and increase awareness of privacy and security concerns. The initiative helps clarify privacy policies so that teachers can make smart choices about the learning tools they use with students, and schools and districts can participate in evaluating the technology used in K–12 classrooms. With the involvement of over 150 schools and districts, we are working in collaboration with software developers to bring greater transparency to privacy policies across the board.

answer Mar 28 by Chankrisna
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