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 November 13, 2014  Posted by  Featured News, Youth & Schools

Denisa R. Superville reports:

With rising concern over student privacy ushered in by the increasing use of technology in schools—from apps in the classrooms, cloud services for storage, and other digital products that collect students’ personal information—the National Association of Secondary School Principals released today a set of recommendations to help safeguard student privacy.

The recommendations, which are aimed at federal, state and local school policymakers, were developed by a working group of principals.

Read more on Education Week.

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