Everyone has a role to play in protecting student data privacy. What’s yours?
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Detailed guide to the TLE Business Practice requirements.
Learn about the TLE Seal program benefits and tips for managing the application process.
Ready to apply, but not sure where to start? Learn more about what will be asked on the application.
Need help applying for the TLE? Review these examples of evidence for each of the TLE practices.
Are you ready to apply for the TLE Seal? Take this self-assessment.
Trusted Learning From the Ground Up: Fundamental Data Governance Policies and Procedures
Detailed guide to the TLE Data Security Practice requirements.
Detailed guide to the TLE Leadership Practice requirements.
Hear from TLE Seal recipients on how they balance innovation with protecting student data privacy.
Learn more about the role of superintendents in championing a student data privacy program.
Read, “Protecting Student Data Privacy” in this month’s edition of ASBO’s School Business Affairs magazine.
Tips for talking with parents about your student data privacy program.
Working through the TLE Program can be complex, but you don’t have to go it alone.
Answers to some of the most commonly asked questions about the TLE Seal Program.
Connecting the TLE Seal privacy framework to the Data and Privacy gear of the Future Ready Framework.
In-depth guide to key federal student data privacy laws, working with technology providers, and more.
Fundamental principles for a student data governance program developed by CoSN and the Data Quality Campaign.
This 8-module course covers privacy laws, privacy program development, and building trust with your community.
This U.S. Department of Education teacher training video is aimed at helping K-12 school officials to better protect student privacy while using online educational services and applications. The video, intended for use during teacher in-service days or professional development meetings, offers a short summary of the issue and provides some examples to help educators identify which online educational services and applications are privacy-friendly and protect student data from improper use and disclosure.