The Delaware P-20 Council received a presentation on student data privacy at their July 11th meeting. You may be asking, what in the world is the P-20 Council? Just another education council that helps to determine education policy and further cloud the issues.
The Delaware P-20 Council was established in 2003 by Governor Ruth Ann Minner’s Executive Order 47 and placed in statute in 2005. The Council is an inclusive organization designed to align Delaware’s education efforts across all grade levels. Its main goal is to establish a logical progression of learning from early childhood to post-secondary education while reducing the need for remediation. With cooperation from state leaders, higher education, school administrators, the business community, and parents, the P-20 Council will be able to open more doors for Delaware’s children and prepare them to become self-sufficient, contributing members of society who will continue to learn throughout their lives.
At this meeting, the council viewed a presentation on Student Data Privacy. One was from Christian Wright with the Delaware Attorney General’s office and the other was from Amelia Vance with the National Association of State Boards of Education. There are some very interesting tidbits in Vance’s presentation…
National Association of State Boards of Education Student Data Privacy Presentation
Delaware Student Data Privacy Laws