The Parent Coalition for Student Privacy and the Network for Public Education published an extensive report card that analyzes and grades all the student privacy laws that have been passed in the United States in recent years. The report card has been split into an "interactive map" and a traditional report, and you can find both of these below.
The State Student Privacy Report Card
CIPM, CIPP/A, CIPP/C, CIPP/E, CIPP/G, CIPP/US, CIPT
Policymaker’s Guide to Student Data Privacy
The Future of Privacy Forum has released this guide as a resource for federal, state and local policymakers interested in developing thoughtful student data privacy legislation. The guide is a starting point to help policymakers craft or update laws addressing student privacy. It covers federal laws...
Balancing the Scale of Student Data Deletion and Retention in Education
This report, published by the Center for Democracy and Technology, offers three recommendations and related best practices to assist the education sector in achieving the right balance of retaining useful data that can serve students with deleting information that is no longer needed. They are: C...
Disclosing Student Information During School Emergencies: A Primer for Schools
This guide, published by the Future of Privacy Forum, provides the top practices for disclosing student information during school emergencies, as well as listing frequently asked questions and answers on the subject. Click To View (PDF) ...
Law Enforcement Access to Student Records: A Guide for School Administrators & Ed Tech Service Providers
The Future of Privacy Forum published this guide as a basic primer on the compliance landscape of data requests to school and service providers from law enforcement. Click To View ...