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Welcome to the Student Data Privacy Consortium
An inclusive group of end-users and marketplace providers
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What educational applications are being used?
... and under what agreements?
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Student Data Privacy Consortium (SDPC) goals

Establish a Community of Stakeholders

Establish a Community of Stakeholders who have various needs addressed through policy, technology and/or effective practice sharing around effective privacy management.

Tools and Resources

Development of tools and resources to address operational issues not currently being addressed.

Leverage Partnerships

Leverage partnership organizations working in the privacy space to have their good work utilized and no reinvention of existing work.

Identify projects that have on-the-ground and real-world impact

Identify projects that have on-the-ground and real-world impact on student data privacy enabling schools, districts, state and vendors find resources, adapt them to their unique context and implement needed protections.

Develop a clearinghouse of student data privacy operational issues

Development of a clearinghouse of student data privacy operational issues and resources to support schools, districts, states and vendors in managing those issues - no matter where the resources originate.

Streamlining Digital Ecosystem Processes

SDPC Resource Registry

The SDPC Resource Registry has been developed to provide a framework for identifying solutions that have on-the-ground and real-world impact on student data privacy enabling schools, districts, state, and vendors find resources, adapt them to their unique context and implement needed protections

National Data Privacy Agreement (NDPA)

Five years and 28 US State Alliances later, the individual Alliances asked 'why don't we have a national Data Privacy Agreement (DPA)?' After two Community Reviews and unanimous approval by the SDPC Management Board - it is here!

Global Education Privacy Standards (GEPS)

Now that over 8,000 schools and over 4,000 resources using similar Data Privacy Agreements (DPAs), what is next for the Community? How about streamlining the on-boarding process by aligning contract clauses to technical obligations to security standards - and automate it? Check out the Global Education Privacy Standards (GEPS) work.

Community Effective Practice Sharing

Digital Tools Governance

A 'member-only' framework for aligning a school system's policies, strategies, tactical processes, and accountability to support the system's vision of how its digital tools will advance its mission while addressing data privacy and security

Resource Center

Check here to see the latest resources from the Community...

Vendor Marketplace

Which vendors and service providers are partnering to address privacy AND interoperability?

Increase interoperability without the inclusion of privacy requirements = increased RISK.  Both data sharing and privacy parameters must be identified and communicated.

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