The Student Data Privacy Consortium (SDPC) is an unique collaborative of schools, districts, regional, territories and state agencies, policy makers, trade organizations and marketplace providers addressing real-world, adaptable, and implementable solutions to growing data privacy concerns. The Consortium also leverages work done by numerous partner organizations but focuses on issues being faced by “on-the-ground” practitioners.
The Resource Registry is a set of tools built for schools/districts to better manage their applications, workflows and privacy agreements. It has the ability to allow schools to let teacher request a resource, set their own workflow processes for approval and manage the apps and agreements.
This is a screenshot of the Registry – one that can be linked to school / district websites for transparency to teachers, administration and even parents!
Data Used is shown in the Data column.
Data Privacy Agreements are uploaded as a PDF.
Wouldn’t it Be Great If You Could:
Save Resources (time, money, etc.) With ONE Data Privacy Agreement in ALL Your Terms of Service Agreements with Customers
“Piggyback” Off ONE District Signed Agreements for all other School Districts within the State Alliance
Seamlessly and Transparently Communicate Those Agreements to other SDPC Alliances, your customers, the marketplace, etc.
Further increase consistency across Alliance DPAs
Standardize the DPA Format so it looks the same across Alliances
Identify common legal requirements across jurisdictions
Provide mechanism to add other jurisdiction specific requirements
Standardize terminology & definitions across jurisdictions and working groups (Legislative)
Greater impact on, and buy in from, the vendor marketplace = Adoption
The Community is proud of the first release and how it can streamline application contracting for both end users and vendors.
Schools/Districts are moving toward the NDPA’s usage in many different modes – now or in next contract period.
The ‘Cover Page’ shows everyone, in one view, if there are any exceptions to the released Standard Clause Set (either state, district, or vendor modified).
The Standard Clauses ARE NOT open to red line changes, – all changes MUST be in Exhibits only.
This document has been developed to protect the integrity of the NDPA, as well as the usage, change and approve Community expectations adopted by the members of the Student Data Privacy Consortium (SDPC).