Developing a Privacy Program

A Guide for Schools

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Many schools, from K-12 to higher education, are significantly lagging behind other industries in how they protect privacy. Modern institutions have privacy programs. A privacy program consists of much more than a printout of FERPA or a policy or two. Many school officials care a lot about privacy, but without a privacy program, all the care and concern in the world will not be effective. In this guide, Developing a Privacy Program at Schools, Professor Solove discusses the issues that school officials need to address in order to effectively protect the privacy of students at their institutions.

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