THERE IS NO CHIEF PRIVACY OFFICER FOR ANY K 12 SCHOOL DISTRICT IN THE UNITED STATES.
EXACTLY WHO IS PROTECTING K12 STUDENT DATA FROM BEING HARVESTED AND SOLD TO ANY BUSINESS VENDOR INTO PERPETUITY?
HOW DARE ANYONE FROM EDSURGE PROMOTE THIS IMPOSSIBLE SITUATION AS SOMETHING THAT TEACHERS ARE SUPPOSED TO SOLVE. RIDICULOUS!
WHO ARE THESE SO CALLED PRIVACY LEADERS?
Marlo Gaddis is a chief technology officer of North Carolina’s Wake County Public Schools and should appoint a Chief Privacy Officer to handle what each and every vendor is doing with the data of the children in their schools. What is Gaddis making vendors do with children’s data!
Privacy is the Chief Privacy Officer’s Job why doesn’t Gaddis Hire A Chief Privacy Officer to protect childrens’ DATA !
PROTECT K12 STUDENT PRIVACY DATA
LET THE CLASS ACTION SUITS BEGIN!
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THE K12 SCHOOL DISTRICT CTO SHOULD HAVE A POLICY IN PLACE THAT VETS VENDOR PRODUCTS AND THEY SHOULD GET PERMISSION TO SELL THEIR PRODUCT TO THE SCHOOL DISTRICT IN THE FIRST PLACE !!!!
k12 edtech vendors privacy policies and terms of service SHOULD HAVE BEEN REVIEWED BY THE SCHOOL DISTRICT BEFORE IT IS ALLOWED TO BE USED IN THE SCHOOL DISTRICT.
WHY WOULD A TEACHER OR PARENT NEED TO FIND OUT IF THEIR CHILD’S PRIVACY IS BEING VIOLATED — FOR THEMSELVES.
CTO CFO CPO SHOULD ALL HAVE VETTED EVERY SINGLE VENDOR BEFORE ANY TECHNOLOGY WAS EVER SOLD OR USED ON CHILDREN. !!!!!!
Emily Tate (@ByEmilyTate) is a reporter at EdSurge covering K-12 education
most districts now running more than 500 edtech products per month.
(c) Within 1 year of the date of this order, the Secretary of Education, in consultation with the DAPHSCT and the National Science Foundation, shall develop and implement, consistent with applicable law, an annual Presidential Cybersecurity Education Award to be presented to one elementary and one secondary school educator per year who best instill skills, knowledge, and passion with respect to cybersecurity and cybersecurity-related subjects. In developing and implementing this award, the Secretary of Education shall emphasize demonstrated superior educator accomplishment — without respect to research, scholarship, or technology development — as well as academic achievement by the educator’s students.
(d) The Secretary of Commerce, the Secretary of Labor, the Secretary of Education, the Secretary of Homeland Security, and the heads of other appropriate agencies shall encourage the voluntary integration of the NICE Framework into existing education, training, and workforce development efforts undertaken by State, territorial, local, tribal, academic, non‑profit, and private-sector entities, consistent with applicable law. The Secretary of Commerce shall provide annual updates to the President regarding effective uses of the NICE Framework by non-Federal entities and make recommendations for improving the application of the NICE Framework in cybersecurity education, training, and workforce development.