Education data privacy and interoperability go hand in hand
Published April 24, 2017
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    Rachel Anderson, Associate Director of Federal Policy and Advocacy at Data Quality Campaign (DQC), discusses the value of data interoperabilty for school districts and how it enhances student data privacy protection. This audio interview is part of series about interoperability: the seamless, secure, and controlled exchange of data between applications. In this series, we will highlight the ways that data interoperability is laying the foundation for innovation and helping enable great classroom instruction. We will also hear from partners who are implementing solutions to overcome the lack of data interoperability today in the K-12 sector. You can find the whole series at www.msdf.org/blog/tag/interoperability-series/
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