Board Policies/Administrative Regulations/District Procedures:
Student Privacy:DUSD APP Agreements Student privacy laws mitigate the need to have clarity on what APP's we can allow in classrooms. Instructional Software must follow district guidelines in concert with LCAP and agreed Board adopted curriculum. Please complete and submit to your Principal or Department Lead the Instructional Software Approval Form. New push towards privacy with F3/CETPA/counties/schools Any online software, extension, or add-on used on Chromebooks by students must adhere to the CA student privacy agreement in order to be considered for use. Use the *Dublin CSPA form with the educational technology company and once signed, send to Traci Bonde, CTOPlease read our Google related Dublin Unified Google FAQ. & here's more information Google Education Apps, in AB 1584 Compliance, Data Privacy Guidebook, , Created by F3, CETPA and CCSESA “Ask Before You App” 6-minute video for professional development, Created by F3, CETPA and CommonSense Education. Great tools for new hire orientation, and trainings/staff meetings with Administrators, Teachers, Coaches and adjunct staff. Any questions about your child and privacy can be directed to Traci Bonde, CTOResearch/Resources:The Dead Zones: When Not to Post on Social Media
com/blog/2014/5/7/the-dead- zones-when-not-to-post-on- social-media.html* CSDPA and Exhibit E to enable all CA LEAs piggyback off this privacy agreement. The CSDPA is signed once with any district and uploaded to the CA Student Privacy Alliance (CSPA) site. Then any other Subscribing LEA can download the Exhibit E and cosign. When the Subscriber LEA uploads their Exhibit E, the system knows to tie any new Exhibit Es to the original CSDPA signed, so there is a record of both the original agreement and the subscriber agreement tied to every LEA signing an Exhibit E
The executed Exhibit E serves as the written agreement between the provider and the LEA in order to meet the Ed Code 49073.1 (AB 1584) requirement for a written contract. This has been vetted by several law firms, PTAC, Kathleen Stiles, Chief Privacy Officer DOE, and the CA Attorney General’s office, so no further language should be needed.