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Protecting Student-Data Privacy: Advice From an Expert (Video)

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The vast amount of data being collected in public schools has raised concerns about who will get to see it and how that data might be used.

Fordham University Law Professor Joel Reidenberg talks with Education Week Correspondent John Tulenko about student data and best ways to keep it secure.

This video accompanies an Education Week report on student-data privacy airing tonight on PBS Newshour. Check your local listings and tune in.


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