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Amid an ongoing debate over the use of student data, K-12 systems have quietly begun linking children's educational records with information from other government agencies.
Eight federal bills, amendments, or provisions related to student-data privacy have been introduced in 2015.
The problem is school systems often lack specific plans for dealing with data breaches once they occur, creating logistical and public relations challenges.
As more and more large, well-known companies—such as Home Depot and Target—fall victim to cyberattacks, school districts are realizing they could be next.
Education experts are lamenting the lack of training opportunities for educators that they say must happen for true student-data-privacy protection.
With more than 130,000 black ELLs in public schools, White House and U.S. Department of Education officials will develop tools for educators.
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Bill and Melinda Gates sat down with Gwen Ifill to talk about education reform. Here's some of the head-scratching things they said.
English Language Learners practice their mastery of using context clues and summarizing in this post about Republican presidential candidates’ views on immigration.
In a new book, two experts argue that there are reasons to believe in gifted classes, especially for low-income kids.