How K-12 Vendors Are Adjusting to a Tough State Data-Privacy Law

Connecticut's Policy Sets a High Bar, But the State Is Trying to Help Companies Change Behavior

Senior Writer

School districts collect more sensitive information about students than nearly any other organization, and they share a lot of that data with their education company partners.

Parents, educators, and lawmakers are increasingly focused on safeguarding that information, prompting many state to pass student data-privacy laws meant to put tighter checks on the information that…

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