Oct 122019
 October 12, 2019  Posted by  U.S., Youth & Schools

Ryan Johnston reports:

Just three months after an audit of the Maryland Education Department’s data-storage practices found it was placing the personal information of 1.4 million students and 233,000 teachers at risk, a statewide council of Maryland education officials are trying to change the state’s data-privacy laws.

Maryland’s new Student Data Privacy Council met for the first time on Thursday to study the state’s Student Data Privacy Act of 2015 and to identify best practices that other states have started using over the last five years.

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