Inside Higher Ed: Privacy and the Online Pivot

Moving to online learning raises questions about surveillance, with many students concerned that schools (and their classmates) now have a window into not only their homes, but also the websites they visit and messages they send to friends and classmates. Schools want to track enough to keep students safe online and monitor their progress (and they have some legal obligations to do so). Parents and students, of course, want to understand what data is collected, how it will be used and shared, and how it will be protected. Especially now that school is happening at home, what level of surveillance is appropriate? I was happy to chat about this with Inside Higher Ed: