Learning House has issued a study on the use of AI in higher education. The report addresses issues of protecting students’ privacy while using data to help the students’ in their pursuit of higher education.
“Department of Education Proposes Sweeping Changes to Title IX Regulations” via JDSUPRA
Student privacy rights and the right to face your accuser seem to be destined to collide as a result of the new Title IX Guidance from Betsy Devos. New rules are in the comment period currently. This article is a great starting point.
“Santa Fe schools consider allowing police access to surveillance cameras” via the Albuquerque Journal
In this article, T.S. Last writes about Santa Fe Public School’s discussions about allowing police to have access on-campus cameras in emergency situations.
Tips for using social media in the classroom – Education Week Blog
Check out this blog article about using social media in the classroom. (Disclosure – article was written by the author of this blog.)
Issues with USDOE’s handling of FERPA complaints is worse than the DOE has stated.
In an update to a previous post, an internal inspector found that the U.S. Department of Education’s handling of FERPA complaints are even worse than the USDOE has admitted. (Also, check this source, too.) The inspector pointed to years of unresolved cases, ineffective tracking of complaints, and the status of complaints that have been received.
Another source – Education Week’s story.
More details forethcoming.