Apps and “I agree” box raises concerns for schools

(District of Columbia) It is both ubiquitous and overlooked – the terms of service contract that pops up and requires acceptance in order for an app to load. And it is of increasing concern to schools as more and more services are being marketed to K-12 students and their teachers.

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Number crunch defines first part of the LCAP rubric

(Calif.) Numerical data on a wide array of topics – from facilities and teacher assignments to learning climate and test scores – would serve as the centerpiece of a performance rubric for analyzing how well schools are using new state money to educate students.

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