​Assessment, Funding and Data Privacy Top Concerns for K-12 IT Leaders

Mar 16, 2015

PRIORITIES IN ORDER: 57% of K-12 IT leaders see student data privacy and security as more important in 2015 than it was last year. That’s according to a new report from the Consortium for School Networking (CoSN), which asked IT leaders about their concerns, revealing a focus on funding, privacy, and assessment readiness, especially prescient as Common Core tests approach. It also examined the lack of gender and ethnic diversity among IT leaders--and big salary disparities between male and female IT leaders. See the full survey and infographic for more.

​Assessment, Funding and Data Privacy Top Concerns for K-12 IT Leaders

Mar 16, 2015

PRIORITIES IN ORDER: 57% of K-12 IT leaders see student data privacy and security as more important in 2015 than it was last year. That’s according to a new report from the Consortium for School Networking (CoSN), which asked IT leaders about their concerns, revealing a focus on funding, privacy, and assessment readiness, especially prescient as Common Core tests approach. It also examined the lack of gender and ethnic diversity among IT leaders--and big salary disparities between male and female IT leaders. See the full survey and infographic for more.

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