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Elementary School Teacher Use of EdTech

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Release Date: 11/18/2020

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Digital educational technology (“edtech”) has grown to become a core component of education. Most students use computers or tablets during school, and teachers routinely incorporate videos, apps, and other web-based content into their lesson plans.

Listen in to today’s episode to hear a panel discussion on the findings of a new report by James Cooper, Associate Professor of Law and Director of the Program on Economics & Privacy at George Mason University Antonin Scalia Law School.

The new report, titled “Elementary School Teacher Use of EdTech,” sheds light on the frequency and types of edtech used in the classroom, as well as the relationship between privacy training, edtech guidelines or state student privacy laws with the willingness to use edtech.

Please click here to read a copy of James Cooper’s report.

Click here to read the Executive Summary of the report.