Student hacker grabbed personal data of thousands of Maryland students
Now facing possible criminal charges, the student's activities have been revealed as more extensive than originally believed.
Maryland privacy council tackles substandard student data protections
The council's work is a reaction to a recent audit finding that Social Security numbers of students and teachers had not been properly secured.
1.4 million student Social Security numbers found unencrypted in Maryland
A recent audit found the state's Education Department was storing sensitive personal data in plaintext format and not updating its software.
Maryland educators turn to self-created OER after workshops
The state is advancing use of open educational resources by showing educators from across the state how to create their own.
Maryland lawmakers set to strengthen state cyberbullying rules
Grace's Law 2.0 will close gaps in a 2013 law named after a teenager who committed suicide.
EdTech Hero: Val Emrich promotes accessibility for students with disabilities in Maryland
Under Emrich's leadership, "accessibility for all students" has become a major theme in statewide meetings, conferences and events.