Student Privacy and COVID-19
A great influx of marketplace providers, and their professional organizations, have increased their communications around the value of their tools and even free or limited-time free usage of them during this crisis. While admirable, this only has added complexity to the management of these tools at the district and even school level.
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SDPC Resource Registry: API Usage Policy
Subject to the restrictions contained within this document, SDPC members are granted a non-exclusive, worldwide, non-transferable, limited license to access the APIs and documentation only as necessary to develop, test and support an integration of your application with the Services.
SDPC Resource Registry: API Developers Guide
The SDPC Resource Registry API is designed to be a machine-readable version of public information already available to SDPC Members through the SDPC Resource Registry. This API is useful for data analysis, maintaining snapshots in time, and more. Leveraging the same technologies as the Registry, this API will provide instant access to the data without having to perform manual searches.
SDPC Update, February 2021
February 3, 2021: SDPC Consortium Update webinar. Includes information and updates about new SDPC Alliances, Board & Project Team Updates, February ‘Connecting & Securing Effective Learning Ecosystems’ webinars, Membership drive and SDPC International, followed by a Q&A session.
SDPC Update, November 2020
November 4, 2020: SDPC Consortium Update webinar. Includes information and updates about SDPC Project Teams, membership updates, new SDPC Management Board members, National Data Privacy Agreement (NDPA), Global Education Privacy Standards (GEPS), MA Data Hub followed by a Q&A session.
WEBINAR: FERPA and Virtual Learning during COVID-19
Student Privacy Compass (formerly FERPA|SHERPA)
Student Privacy Compass (formerly called FERPA|Sherpa) is the student privacy resource center website. This site provides information, news, and opinions on maintaining student data privacy. Student Privacy Compass is an initiative of the the Future of Privacy Forum.
Establishing a Robust Student Data Privacy Culture
CatchOn has created federal and state-specific guides that outline and summarize student data privacy laws and regulations. Guides for the following states are available: California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, New Hampshire, New York, Pennsylvania, Texas, and Virginia.