WHICH APPS ARE SAFEST?

WHICH APPS ARE SAFEST?

In collaboration with 40 school districts around the country, Common Sense Education announced the launch of the Common Sense Privacy Evaluation Initiative to help schools evaluate the privacy and information security practices of educational technology used in K-12 classrooms. In the first phase of a multi-year commitment, Common Sense will release the “Information Security Primer for Evaluating Educational Software” to help districts review and apply a common set of privacy standards to the applications they use. By establishing a uniform set of practices and testing steps, this primer simplifies the process of evaluating basic information security practices in educational software applications. The Primer will be available April 1st on Common Sense Graphite at graphite.org/privacy/security-primer.

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