Introducing the K-12 Cyber Incident Map

There remains much folklore about the practice, promise, and potential of using technology in K-12 education. With our eyes trained to the digital heavens, it can be easy to gloss over the more profane and earthly issues of budgets, implementation, and tradeoffs (intended or otherwise) in increasingly embracing technology for teaching, learning, assessment, and school operations. Indeed, I think many (both inside and outside of the K-12 sector) do not yet appreciate the scope and pace of the embrace of digital tools and services that is underway.

 

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While there are many and varied aspects to schools’ embrace of technology, I have become increasingly interested in how the K-12 sector is navigating issues of privacy and security of student-, educator-, and school-related data. While there has been no shortage of proverbial ink spilled in writing about these topics in recent years, it has becoming increasingly apparent to me that virtually all of it is absent data and evidence. Consider the following questions:

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