Making Kids Our Nation's Top Priority
Browse Kids Action
Your privacy is important to us. When you sign up as an advocate:
- Common Sense Kids Action will send you periodic email alerts on legislative activity that affects your community.
By providing us with your email address and clicking the submit button (above), you acknowledge and agree to the above.
Search by Age and Topic
Follow Common Sense Kids Action
In the wake of California’s enactment of a watershed student privacy law, states from coast to coast are riding the wave and introducing legislation modeled on the California statute. In Oregon, Atty... read more0 comments |
Earlier this week, President Obama used his bully pulpit to elevate the issue of student data privacy to the national level. I was fortunate to be in attendance at the event, and as the father of... read more0 comments |
I wanted to share the letter I sent to California Governor Jerry Brown's office this week in regards to important legislation (AB 1584) that would help safeguard the privacy and security of... read more0 comments |
I wanted to share the letter I sent to California Governor Jerry Brown's office this week in regards to important legislation (SB 1177, "SOPIPA") to protect student privacy. We know there's been... read more2 comments |
In a multi-year strategy to bridge the achievement gap and expand early-learning opportunities for all low-income children in California, the budget conference committee of the State Senate and... read more0 comments |
In Washington, DC, on Monday, U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan headlined a summit hosted by Common Sense Media and The Annenberg Retreat at Sunnylands on protecting student data in schools... read more0 comments |
As a parent and a computer engineer, I'm enthusiastic about technology and the learning opportunities it can offer my kids. But -- also because I'm a parent and a computer engineer -- I'm wary of... read more1 comment |
Yesterday, the New York Times featured an article about new California state legislation that would create privacy and security protection of personal information of students in elementary through... read more0 comments |