ALL In Learning is committed to compliance with state and federal student privacy laws and regulations in addition to partnering with schools to protect student data privacy, staying up-to-date on student privacy obligations, and upholding the highest standards in the industry.
The Student Privacy Pledge
ALL In Learning was among the first to become signatories to the Student Privacy Pledge, the industry-standard student privacy pledge for k-12 education service providers, adhering to these principles:
- We will not collect, maintain, use or share Student PII beyond that needed for authorized educational/school purposes, or as authorized by the parent/student.
- We will not sell student PII.
- We will not use or disclose student information collected through an educational/school service (whether personal information or otherwise) for behavioral targeting of advertisements to students.
- We will not build a personal profile of a student other than for supporting authorized educational/school purposes or as authorized by the parent/student.
- We will not make material changes to School Service Provider education privacy policies without first providing prominent notice to the users and/or account holder(s) (i.e., the institution/agency, or the parent/student when the information is collected directly from the student with student/parent consent) and allowing them choices before data is used in any manner inconsistent with terms they were initially provided; and not make material changes to other policies or practices governing the use of Student PII that are inconsistent with contractual requirements.
- We will not knowingly retain Student PII beyond the time period required to support the authorized educational/school purposes, or as authorized by the parent/student.
- We will collect, use, share, and retain Student PII only for purposes for which we were authorized by the educational institution/agency, teacher or the parent/student.
- We will disclose clearly in contracts or privacy policies, including in a manner easy for institutions and parents to find and understand, what types of Student PII we collect, if any, and the purposes for which the information we maintain is used or shared with third parties.
- We will support access to and correction of Student PII by the student or their authorized parent, either by assisting the educational institution in meeting its requirements or directly when the information is collected directly from the student with student/parent consent.
- We will maintain a comprehensive security program that is reasonably designed to protect the security, confidentiality, and integrity of Student PII against risks – such as unauthorized access or use, or unintended or inappropriate disclosure – through the use of administrative, technological, and physical safeguards appropriate to the sensitivity of the information.
- We will provide resources to support educational institutions/agencies, teachers, or parents/students to protect the security and privacy of Student PII while using the educational service.
- We will require that our vendors with whom Student PII is shared in order to deliver the educational service, if any, are obligated to follow these same commitments for the given Student PII.
- We will allow a successor entity to maintain the Student PII, in the case of our merger or acquisition by another entity, provided the successor entity is subject to these same commitments for the previously collected Student PII.
- We will incorporate privacy and security when developing or improving our educational products, tools, and services and comply with applicable laws.
Federal Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) (20 U.S.C. § 1232g; 34 CFR Part 99) is a Federal law that protects the privacy of student education records. ALL In Learning’s Terms of Service enforces compliance to FERPA’s defined role as a “School Official” outsourced functionary receiving and using data as directed by schools. We’re committed to the confidentiality and protection of educational records and to disclosing information only as directed by the school in accordance with FERPA for educational purposes.
Federal Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA)
Congress enacted the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) (15 U.S.C. 6501–6505; 16 CFR Part 312) in 1998, requiring the Federal Trade Commission to issue and enforce regulations concerning children’s online privacy. ALL In Learning complies with COPPA and does not knowingly collect any personal information from any child under 13 unless and until a school has authorized us to do so as necessary in the course of providing services directed by the school. The school must provide this authorization in order for ALL In Learning to acquire any personal information from a student under 13. We rely on schools to provide appropriate consent and authorization for a student under 13 to use our services or for ALL In Learning to collect any personal information from the student. We store and use student data only for educational purposes utilized by the school and only for the time period necessary to do so. We provide the school the ability to review and delete personal information collected from students and work with schools to provide parents the same access upon request and identity confirmation, in accordance with COPPA. No student information is shared with unauthorized 3rd parties.
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