Will Delaware Secretary of Education Murphy allow computer data on closing charter schools fall into private hands?

Maurice J. Moyer Academic Institute (MJMAI) Board of Directors’ Meeting Student Cafeteria Main Building Tuesday, March 24, 2015 6:07 PM – 6:28 PM

Property tags placed on computers by K-12 need verification in order to be valid

Does “K-12” mean K12.inc ? 

The data security in Delaware’s public school system is a deep concern! There should be a law that requiring as computer “hard-drives” be removed and destroyed when computers are discarded, sold, given away or taken back by 3rd party vendors. 

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3 responses to “Will Delaware Secretary of Education Murphy allow computer data on closing charter schools fall into private hands?

  1. What identifiable student data do you think is on these computers? Students access web-based apps and use s different computer each time. Teacher computers, different story but the majority of the machines are not going to contain any private data.

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    • lastDEconservative

      Nothing to see here, keep moving along. The capital S State is in charge of this, what could possibly go wrong.

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  2. I agree with J- personal information is stored in the state database not on the hard drive of a computer. The most you might have is a document that a student created or a history of websites that they visited. All things dealing with personal information are hosted in databases and on servers not the actual computer hard drive. The issue they likely are dealing with is who have the property rights to various items: the Moyer Board, K-12 Inc, or the State

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