National Data Privacy Agreement

We`ve made it even easier to subscribe to Utah`s existing data protection authorities. The Exhibit E Creator allows you to use existing agreements by clicking on existing agreements. Here`s a description of how to implement this new feature. In addition to a Utah data privacy agreement, the Utah State Board of Education has created a Utah Student Privacy Alliance (USPA). This includes all data protection authorities for all LEAs and has many other functions available, including a lot of transparency, so LEAs are able to see what is being done in Utah and also at the national level. It further creates a collaborative effort in Utah around the protection of student data and the necessary contract processes. This project aims to reduce some of the workload of districts and charterers and streamline the workflow. If you want to join the Utah Student Privacy Alliance, you can request an account and privacy@schools.utah.gov your 45-minute onboarding. The NDPA was developed with detailed reviews and feedback from schools, districts, government organizations, marketplace providers and their legal representatives.

It was designed to address students` general data protection concerns and streamline procedures for assigning educational applications to schools/districts that do not have legal or fiscal resources and to providers who previously had to sign “one-off” contracts with each of the more than 13,000 U.S. school districts. While THE NPDA authorizes all specific legal requirements of the state, most data protection expectations are standardized and can be used by any company under its terms of use. Through CPDS and the Learning Community Access 4 The Student Data Privacy Consortium (CPDS), a special interest group in the A4L community, was designed to address the daily and complex problems faced by schools, states, territories and service providers in the protection of learner information. SDPC`s vision is to develop common activities, artifacts, models, tools and effective practices that can be leveraged through unique collaboration between end-users and market providers. The Access 4 Learning (A4L) community, formerly the SIF Association, is a unique, not-for-profit association of schools, districts, local authorities, states, U.S. and international ministries of education, software providers and consultants that address all aspects of information management and access to aid learning. The A4L community is “Powered by SIF” specifications as their most important technical tool to enable this management and access to be easy, safe and scalable, by default, regardless of the platform hosting of these applications. To learn more: www.A4L.org/privacy.A4L.org We know that districts often try to enter into data protection agreements with training providers.

If you are a school administrator at a K-12 school in the United States that uses or wishes to use Code.org, you can not only accept our terms of use and privacy policies, but also add this student privacy information (DPA) addendum to our contract. This data management authority is consistent with the provisions of the National Data Privacy Consortium model of agreement developed and has been designed to address compliance with data protection laws and best practices in the industry. Schools and districts typically use hundreds of businesses to provide services each school year. Edtech companies perform very different missions for schools and districts, such as data storage, learning games, learning management systems, attendance monitoring and many other school functions. The data protection that each company must implement may vary depending on the nature and sensitivity of the student data