Jul 272015
 July 27, 2015  Posted by  Featured News, U.S., Youth & Schools

Doug Hrdlicka reports:

A new partnership between Jeffco Public Schools and 26 other districts nationwide could lead to more rigid security measures for student data.

For the next six months 27 school districts, working with The Consortium for School Networking, will work toward establishing a nationwide set of standards around student privacy. The end result will be known as the Trusted Learning Environment Seal that public schools can adopt to assure the community that their student’s data is protected.

Read more on Chalkbeat.

Back in 2013, Jeffco caught flak from parents over joining up with inBloom. The board eventually cut ties with inBloom, leading the state education department to end its contract with the provider.

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