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Daily Dashboard | CDT survey shows high student surveillance in virtual learning Related reading: A new era of US privacy policy? National security restrictions on personal data transactions




New research from the Center for Democracy and Technology is raising concerns about student privacy during virtual learning. Results from a CDT survey conducted over the summer indicated 81% of schools surveyed use monitoring software and 30% of these school devices always have tracking on. Additionally, not every household was made aware of the surveillance — 24% of parents and 17% of students were unsure if their school used student monitoring software on devices, compared to just 7% of teachers. Editor's note: Schwarz Group Managing Partner Joel Schwarz, CIPP/G, wrote about the privacy concerns regarding educational technology providers in U.S. schools.
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