Episode 10: Sharenthood author Leah Plunkett cautions against oversharing as classrooms move to living rooms

This school year is like no other and of the many stressors facing parents, navigating how much to be involved in their child’s learning is a daily challenge. Education privacy expert Leah Plunkett answers questions about whether it’s ok to video tape your child’s class (short answer: no) or post screenshots of your child’s first day of school (also from a legal perspective: no). Leah offers tips for parents to find answers to tech questions and legal questions, and also advice for how to best engage with your child’s teacher and school.

Recommended resources from this episode:
How to protect your family’s privacy during remote learning (New York Times)
Remote school has kids isolated and stressed. Here’s how to help (Vox)
Education monitoring tech soars as a result of COVID-19 (Coda Story)

Episode 10: Sharenthood author Leah Plunkett cautions against oversharing as classrooms move to living rooms

 
 
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