Student Data-Mining Forum

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You’re Invited!
The Student Data Minefield
Informational Forum on Student Data Privacy
Legislative Office Building, Hartford, CT
January 21st 12:00 – 2:00

The explosion in student data mining beyond the classroom poses great risk to the safety, privacy, and civil liberties of children and families. The potential for such data to undermine instruction and compromise the privacy of students and teachers is very real.  But, understanding and addressing the data privacy issue can seem overwhelming.

CEA is organizing this informational forum to help parents, policymakers, and others increase their knowledge and awareness of the issues involving student privacy and the explosion of the data mining of educational records.  Building knowledge . . . and awareness of student privacy practices and pitfalls will help parents, educators, and state and local policymakers better navigate decisions affecting educational records.

Guest Speakers

Khaliah Barnes, Associate Director, Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC) and Director of the EPIC Student Privacy Project, Washington DC

Cameron Russell, Executive Director, Center on Law and Information Policy Fordham University School of Law

Leonie Haimson, Founder, Parent Coalition for Student Privacy<http://www.studentprivacymatters.org/>

Brian Kelly, Chief Information Security Officer, Quinnipiac University

WHO is collecting teacher and student data?
WHO can get it?
WHAT are the risks?
WHAT has changed?
WHAT is FERPA?
HOW have other states acted to increase data protections?
WHAT can parents, legislators, educators, and local communities do?

This forum is open to all legislators and the public.  To register and send questions to the guest speakers visithttp://www.regonline.com/studentdataminefield.

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