Stephen Noonoo reports:
Last October Connecticut’s leading education groups and associations issued a joint ultimatum to vendors that use or collect student data: Comply with our new data-privacy requirements or take your business elsewhere.
The requirements came courtesy of a new state law that has led to a flurry of activity by vendors, school districts and the state’s department of education, who are all scrambling to ensure compliance before the July 2018 deadline. After that date, vendors who haven’t signed written privacy agreements can’t have their products used in any classroom in the state.
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