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The K-12 Educator's Guide to Safe and Effective Videoconferencing

Schools across the country are turning to videoconference platforms like Zoom, Microsoft Teams, and Google Hangout to keep teachers connected to students and school employees connected to each other. But these platforms may be confusing, and they carry major privacy and security risks. Here’s a guide to making your videoconferences more secure, pleasant, and productive.

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