Three In Four Education Insiders Think Companies Are Operating Illegally In Education Data Space

There are a lot of interesting items in this new batch of Whiteboard Education Insider data released today (pdf). But the big story is privacy: 73 percent of the Education Insiders surveyed believe there are companies operating in the education sector in violation of federal privacy laws (83 percent see data privacy in education as a serious issue).  In addition to several more questions about privacy issues there are also survey results on Common Core and the pending Common Core bills/resolutions in Congress, New York and Governor Cuomo, and the regular tracking questions.

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