Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
Trim: 6 x 9
978-1-4758-3735-3 • Hardback • June 2018 • $65.00 • (£50.00)
978-1-4758-3736-0 • Paperback • June 2018 • $33.00 • (£25.00)
978-1-4758-3737-7 • eBook • June 2018 • $29.50 • (£22.99)
Linnette J. Attai has over 25 years of experience guiding clients through the complex compliance obligations governing data privacy matters, user safety and marketing, and building organizational cultures of compliance. As the founder of PlayWell, LLC, Linnette’s primary focus is the education and entertainment sectors, where she works with private and public companies, schools and districts, youth and parent groups, education leadership, lawmakers and policy influencers, and speaks nationally on compliance matters.
Chapter 1: What is Data Privacy Compliance?
Chapter 2: How Did We Get Here?
Chapter 3: Why Build a Data Privacy Compliance Program?
Chapter 4: What Does it Take?
Chapter 5: The Role of Leadership
Chapter 6: Start Where You Are
Chapter 7: Preparing for a Data Privacy Impact Assessment
Chapter 8: Privacy Impact Assessment
Chapter 9: Security
Chapter 10: Disclosure, Deletion and Deidentification
Chapter 11: Inventories and Making Maps
Chapter 12: Gaps and Mitigation
Chapter 13: Policy Development
Chapter 14: Working with Technology Providers
Chapter 15: Training
Chapter 16: Audit
Chapter 17: Parent Rights
Chapter 18: Communications
Chapter 19: Building Your External Support Team
About the Author
Linnette has created nothing short of a field manual for privacy in the education realm. She has succeeded so well because she: understands how schools operate; intuitively grasps the key elements of applicable privacy laws; and has, herself, implemented successful compliance programs in the education and ed-tech sectors. In this book, she takes all of her years of experience, and creates a user-friendly guide that is destined to be the definitive work on the topic.
— Chris Cwalina, co-chair of Holland & Knight’s Cybersecurity & Privacy Team
As one of the foremost experts on student data privacy, Linnette provides invaluable insights into the thoughtful design and management of a best-practices data governance program. This common-sense, easy-to-follow guide will serve the broader educational community for years to come, scaling with changes in learning, technology, and the legal landscape.
— Doug Casey, Executive Director, Connecticut Commission for Educational Technology
Privacy concerns around student data are the ‘new normal’ in education. As Linnette Attai comprehensively lays out, mere compliance is insufficient to build trust. This is a foundational, must-read book that helps educators understand how to get started with concrete actions that build trust with parents and policymakers.
— Keith Krueger, CEO, Consortium for School Networking (CoSN)
Student Data Privacy: Building a School Compliance Program defines data privacy and clearly explains how to embrace it. This comprehensive playbook that will enable administrators to better understand their current environment as it pertains to data protection and provide a roadmap to ensure compliance.
— Jim Pulliam, Chief Information Officer, Orange County Public Schools
Linnette Attai makes the complications of FERPA and COPPA easy to understand for anyone who needs to understand how to keep student data private and safe.
— Jules Polonetsky, CEO, Future of Privacy Forum