New law allows Missouri schools to embrace telehealth tech services
The law allows Missouri school districts to tap Medicaid to support use of teleconferencing tech to treat special needs students and support other telehealth services.
N.C. gov. signs bill restricting how companies can use student data
Gov. Pat McCrory approved legislation that prevents vendors of online educational resources from using student data for targeted advertising and other purposes.
Colorado bill to protect student data heads to governor
The legislation would limit how companies can use student data and would make school districts release easy-to-read student privacy policies.
Schools could face pushback from private sector when building fiber networks
Broadband experts warned at the School, Health and Libraries Broadband Coalition's annual conference that districts hoping to build their own fiber networks will face concerns from companies.
Indiana turns to college students to bolster new cybersecurity effort
The Hoosier State unveiled the Indiana Security Operations Center, a joint effort between several security analysts and Purdue University students.