A bill introduced this week in Congress tackles student privacy online. It would limit how educational technology companies can use the data they collect. In New York, similar rules are already in place, and they’re at work every day at one upstate school where technology is everywhere.
Sarah Latimer directs technology at Chenango Valley schools, and she thinks about privacy a lot.
“We’ve kind of had that conversation ongoing in New York for a little while now,” she says. “It’s been a very hot topic.”