Microsoft and Other Firms Pledge to Protect Student Data

The participating companies, including Microsoft; Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, the educational publishing house; Amplify, a developer of digital curriculums; and Edmodo, an online network for schools that allows teachers to assign homework and measure students’ progress, are publicly committing themselves not to sell information on kindergartners through 12th graders.  Read this NY Times article for more.

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