The school district leader creates or adapts a survey to gain insight into the level of awareness of key stakeholders around the policies.
Determining Your District’s Student Data Privacy Needs is the second micro-credential in the Student Data Privacy stack:
It is increasingly important for school districts to convey the importance of student data privacy protections and policies to key stakeholders (e.g., parents, teachers, administrators, support staff, students, etc.) in a clear and coherent manner. In order to do so, it is incumbent upon districts to have a thorough understanding of the current knowledge base among these various stakeholder groups. Once this understanding is in place, school districts are better able to identify important gaps (e.g., the importance of sound password creation practices) and address them in a targeted, compelling manner.
Following are the items you must submit to earn this micro-credential and the criteria by which they will be evaluated. To earn the micro-credential, you must receive a “Yes” on Parts 1, 2, and 3.
Identify three or more of your district’s priorities around protecting student data and describe why these areas have been prioritized. (200-word limit)
To earn this micro-credential, create a new survey (or modify an existing one) that you can distribute to local stakeholders (e.g., parents, teachers, students, etc.) to gain insight into their knowledge and/or awareness of each of the three priorities identified in Part 1.
Why do you think it often proves challenging for districts to develop an informed, shared understanding of student data privacy among key stakeholders? (200-word limit)
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