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School Law Today – Remote Instruction and Student Privacy

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One of the foundations of education law is the protection of students’ privacy.  With the almost overnight transition from in-person instruction to remote instruction, how are students’ rights affected? What are the procedures that districts should follow, and what might be some actions to avoid? In this podcast interview, William Donio, a partner with Cooper Levenson law firm, discusses these and other issues concerning student privacy with the NJSBA’s Ray Pinney.

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