Fixing Student & Child Privacy Laws: The Current Landscape

June 8, 2023

It is shaping up to be the most active child and student privacy year in more than two decades. Between February and May, we saw child privacy mentioned in the State of the Union, discussed at three Congressional hearings, and prioritized in numerous state and federal bills. The Parents Bill of Rights passed the House and includes stunning amendments to FERPA & PPRA.

To help guide stakeholders through these landscape shifts, the Student & Child Privacy Center at AASA, The School Superintendents Association and the Public Interest Privacy Center (PIPC) is sponsoring a webinar series to educate policymakers on the basics of student privacy, the areas of conflict and options for how laws can be improved.

This first webinar features student and child privacy experts and advocates Rachel Anderson (Data Quality Campaign), Olga Garcia-Kaplan (parent advocate), Amelia Vance (PIPC), and Elana Zeide (Nebraska College of Law).

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