Teachers and parents aren’t receiving enough information and support around how to protect their child’s data privacy during online learning, according to a report from the Center for Democracy and Technology. The report, which surveyed 1,009 U.S. public school teachers, found nearly half did not have any training in how to protect students’ data privacy, and only 4 in 10 parents reported that schools openly discussed data protection policies and practices.

The report offers four suggestions for how schools can better prepare for online learning including minimizing data collection and activity tracking, and “ensure that any data sharing complies with state laws and cannot be misused to limit opportunities for students or otherwise harm them,” the paper reads.