Utah Rural Schools Association appreciates the great support from:
  • Utah State University Eastern
    • Utah State Board of Education
      • Utah Education and Telehealth Network 
        • Utah’s Rural School Districts
          • Everyone who attends

Wednesday, July 11 • 2:25pm - 3:25pm
Stay Out of the Headlines! Become Secure Through Data Governance

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The types and quantity of data that LEAs collect has changed dramatically since FERPA was first passed in 1974. In addition, the proliferation of the Internet in schools has led to the sharing of data being more decentralized; teachers can now sign students up on websites or use email to share student data around the world without having to get administrative permission. All of this has made maintaining the privacy and confidentiality of student data a greater challenge than ever before. This session is intended for superintendents and other administrative staff so we can discuss the problem at a high level within a rural context and demonstrate how data governance can be used to devise solutions to these challenges and centralize the way data are managed in the LEA.

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David Sallay

Student Data Privacy Auditor, Utah State Board of Education
David Sallay is the Student Data Privacy Auditor at the Utah State Board of Education. He works with districts and charter schools to monitor compliance with student privacy laws and provide technical assistance.

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Whitney Phillips

Director (State-level), USBE
Whitney Phillips is the Chief Privacy Officer for the Utah State Board of Education.

Wednesday July 11, 2018 2:25pm - 3:25pm
Education Building, Room 204 Southern Utah University, 351 West Center Street, Cedar City, UT 84720

Attendees (10)