Tags student data
Students say Florida State's online exam tech violates privacy
More than 5,000 students have signed an online petition asking FSU to stop using the technology, which monitors students through their webcams and microphones.
Can universities boost student experience without invading privacy?
As campus technology increasingly aids students' academic lives, privacy violations, too, are becoming more frequent and invasive.
Trump's 2021 budget would defund statewide student data programs
Federal grants helped 47 states build student-data systems, but the president is attempting to eliminate the program for the third year running.
Indiana's new school data website uses a conversational style
The portal allows parents to compare the state's K-12 education options on metrics like student demographics, test performance and school spending.
A new chatbot could help at-risk students stay in college
The new machine learning-powered chatbot from EdSights gives advisers key insights into the challenges students are facing and how to address them.
Activists pressure colleges to abandon facial-recognition tech
Advocacy group Fight for the Future says the potential harm of facial recognition is too great and that higher education should give it up altogether.
Ed. Dept., Educause partner to promote cybersecurity collaboration
The department says exchanging expertise and intelligence on information security will help institutions better safeguard student data.
College Board sold student data for 47 cents each, lawsuit claims
The nonprofit that administers the SAT and AP exams says it doesn't sell student data, but a Chicago Public Schools parent claims otherwise.
Improve student outcomes with data partnerships, UT researchers urge
A new report outlines how a partnership between the UT System and the U.S. Census Bureau is advancing data-driven policy that puts students first.