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What you need to know about HB306

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In today’s classrooms, teachers have access to a wide range of technology apps and tools that can have transformative impacts. But with the increased use of technology in schools, stories of data breaches and hacks are becoming more common. During the 2019 legislative session, the state of Illinois passed a new Student Online Personal Protection Act (House Bill 3606) that will require schools, educational technology vendors, and the Illinois State Board of Education to adopt policies and procedures to better safeguard student data. Learn about what the Act requires and what your school and your ed tech vendors need in order to comply when the act becomes effective in 2021.


Erich Grauke

Principal Consultant, Illinois State Board of Education
Erich Grauke is a principal consultant for educational technology in the Standards and Instruction department at the Illinois State Board of Education. Drawing on 21 years of experience in education with roles as a middle school teacher, assistant principal, and 13 years as a district... Read More →


Thursday February 27, 2020 1:00pm - 2:00pm CST
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