Jul 222014
 July 22, 2014  Posted by  Youth & Schools

Charley Locke reports:

Last Monday, at a private roundtable hosted by data platform company Clever and digital safety nonprofit iKeepSafe, over 300 representatives from technology companies, nonprofit organizations, and four school districts across the nation came together to share perspectives on student data privacy. The roundtable afforded these individuals, all with a vested interest in the safe use of technology in schools, an opportunity to address concerns. “It’s not often that you have all those constituents in the same room,” said Tyler Bosmeny, CEO of Clever.

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