As they prepare to start teaching online, teachers in Clark County, Nevada, are concerned about students’ privacy, Fox 5 reports. Teachers will be recording classes to post online, which National Education Association of Southern Nevada President Vicki Kreidel worries could violate the U.S. Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act. “We don’t want someone to go to a school website click on a link and be able to see our children. We’re very protective of their privacy,” she said.
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