Sep 122014
 September 12, 2014  Posted by  Featured News, Laws, Youth & Schools

Tanya Roscorla reports:

As the legislative session wraps up, student data privacy bills are headed to the books in 20 states.

State policymakers introduced 110 bills on student data privacy in 36 states this session, with 30 of them passing both houses and 24 being signed into law, according to an analysis by the Data Quality Campaign. Four companion bills were not signed into law because they did the same thing that their counterparts did in the other house, and two bills in California are still on the governor’s desk for review.

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