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The Common Sense Privacy Evaluation Initiative began in 2014 when a group of school districts, including Fairfax County Public Schools (Virginia) and Houston Independent School District, approached Common Sense to address the complex and varied privacy policies of technology used in K–12 classrooms. Today, with the involvement of over 100 schools and districts, the initiative has resulted in a platform that seeks not only to evaluate edtech but also to work with the K–12 educational software industry to simplify and standardize privacy policies.

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Over the weekend, I'll be part of two conversations at EduCon 2017. In the first, I will be part of a group that includes Hugh Culik, Chris Gilliard, and several of their students from Macomb Community ... Read more
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