How Teacher Brand Ambassador Programs Compromise Student Privacy

In today’s media landscape, anyone with a thousand or so followers on Twitter or Instagram can become a microinfluencer. Teachers, who hold the near-captive audience of dozens of students every day, have proven increasingly enticing to edtech companies looking to promote their products via teacher ambassador programs. A new report out by the National Education […] The post How Teacher Brand Ambassador Programs Compromise Student Privacy appeared first on eLearningInside News.

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