data privacy

Source: Session Daily Data collected from Minnesota students’ school-issued devices would be more closely guarded under a bill heard Tuesday by a legislative data privacy panel. Rep. Eric Lucero (R-Dayton) sponsors the legislation that would restrict how student data collected from software applications and computer devices can be used, accessed,…

The Legislative Commission on Data Practices is scheduled to examine the Student Data Privacy Act at 2 p.m. Tuesday, October 17, at the State Office Building (Room 200) in St. Paul. This meeting is scheduled to be broadcast by the Minnesota House of Representatives Public Information Services. Just before the…

Session Snapshot Week 4: March 28-April 1 A GLANCE AT THE WEEK Today is the first bill deadline of the 2016 legislative session. All policy bills must have had a hearing in their body of origin by the end of today. Lawmakers were out on Easter/spring holiday on Monday, so…

Did you miss the “Monday Morning Coffee with the Government Relations Team” conference call on March 21? Listen to the latest goings-on from the state Capitol from MSBA’s Denise Dittrich and Kimberley Dunn Lewis by clicking on the “Play arrow” on the audio player below. Denise and Kim discuss the…

The Minnesota House Education Innovation Policy Committee met Thursday to discuss HF 2671 — a bill relating to student data privacy authored by Rep. Eric Lucero. HF 2671 proposes to limit government and third-party access to personally identifiable data about students, including survey and other data, collected by state entities…

Week 2 of the legislative session is shaping up to be as busy as Week 1. Several education committee meetings are scheduled in the House and the Senate — and some non-education committees will also discuss issues that will impact school districts. Please scroll down for this week’s highlights. Access…

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