Consulting with parents and teachers

To help us to develop a Privacy Impact Assessment (PIA) on Glow, research has been conducted to gain insight into the views of parents and teachers on online privacy within Glow.

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Overall, the parents and teachers consulted felt that the educational benefits of using Glow outweighed any potential privacy concerns.

There was a shared view among the parents and teachers that, while online privacy risk can never be completely eliminated, the standard of protection in place in Glow is high.

Read the full report produced by Reid Howie Associates:

Download Qualitative Research into the Views of Parents and Teachers on Online Privacy
Digital Learning and Teaching programme – Qualitative Research into the Views of Parents and Teachers on Online Privacy within Glow.

We have also recently done work with Young Scot and Children’s Parliament on the views of children and young people on online privacy in Glow.

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