This website, related applications, and services (collectively, the "Services" or "Educational
Services") is brought to you by eDynamic Holdings, LP ("eDynamic, "we," or "us"). This Privacy
information from Users that applies to our Educational Services, and your choices about the
collection and use of your information. Your continued use of our website and/or apps means
Policy at any time. In the event we make material changes to the use of personally identifiable
information, we will attempt to provide you with notice of those changes. If we change our
by the "Last Updated and Effective Date" shown above.
BY USING THIS SITE, YOU REPRESENT, ACKNOWLEDGE, AND AGREE THAT YOU ARE
AT LEAST 18 YEARS OF AGE, OR IF YOU ARE UNDER 18 YEARS OF AGE BUT AT LEAST
13 YEARS OF AGE (A "MINOR"), THAT YOU ARE USING THIS SITE WITH THE CONSENT
OF YOUR PARENT OR LEGAL GUARDIAN, WHO HAS CONSENTED TO THESE TERMS. IN
ADDITION, IF YOU ARE A MINOR USING THIS SITE, YOU MAY NOT SUBMIT ANY
PERSONAL INFORMATION TO THIS SITE. IF YOU ARE NOT AT LEAST 13 YEARS OF AGE,
YOU MAY NOT USE THIS SITE WITHOUT THE CONSENT OF A TEACHER OR GUARDIAN.
Services, along with any agreement that may have been executed between the Company
and the Customer with respect to the Services.
"Educational Services" refers to services regarding educational courses, contents and
programs that a user is using pursuant to an Agreement.
"eDynamic" refers to eDynamic Holdings, LP.
"LEA" refers to a local education agency, school or school district.
"Personal Information" means personally identifiable information received about
Student Users of the Service. "Personal Information" does not include: (i) publicly
available information or lawfully obtained, truthful information that is a matter of public
concern; or (ii) information that is deidentified or aggregate consumer information.
"Security" refers to cyber security and other types of security.
"Student Users" refers to students using our Services.
"Student Data" refers to any information that directly relates to an identifiable or current
or former student that eDynamic collects, receives, or generates in the course of
providing Services to or on behalf of an LEA. Student Data may include personal
information from a student’s "educational records" as defined by FERPA.
"Teachers" refers to teachers or instructors.
"Usage Data" means data gathered about Users' activity on the site, which may be
collected through the use of system or application logs, cookies, mobile device
identifiers, IP addresses and other industry-accepted technology.
"User" means an authenticated authorized user of our websites, applications, products
- No Selling or Sharing of Personal Information.
We will never sell Student Data or Personal Information to third parties.
We will never conduct targeted advertising to Student Users.
We will never share Student Data with third parties for the purpose of targeted advertising.
We will never build marketing profiles of Student Users.
We will never claim ownership of Student Data.
- Personal Information We Collect
We collect information about Users of the Service in different ways, including Personal
Information provided directly to us by a Customer through a rostering with its student
information systems or other means for upload to the Service, data collected directly from or
generated by Student Users and Educator Users of the Service, and data generated from
your use of the Service. Depending on the Services provided, we may also collect Personal
1. Personal Information Input by Customers
A Customer, pursuant to an Agreement, may initially transfer Personal Information during
the initial setup and configuration of that Service. Some of our products allow our Customers
to input certain optional demographic data or other identifying data (student date of birth,
student email address, etc.), if such information is useful for the district’s educational
purposes. The information in these fields does not need to be obtained in order to use our
products, but if a Customer supplies any of this data, it will be treated in accordance with
is information about elements of Student and Educator Data commonly collected from
Customer. Many of our products, however, collect no personally identifiable information.
Student Data Input by Customer (for some products)
2. Directly Collected or User Generated Personal Information
Educator Data Input by Customer
- First and Last name
- School Name
- Student ID number or app-assigned unique ID
- District/Institutional Name
- Grade, year, or group
- Email Address
- First and Last Name
- Contact Details (School/District-Issued or Personal E-Mail address)
- School Name
- District/Institutional Name
Some of our Educational Services allow Users the option to create, upload and share
information at the User’s or Customer’s discretion.
Optional Data Collected From End Users
Student Data Input or Generated by Users
- Activity, Assessment Responses, Assessment Grades, Scores, Reports
- Educator feedback
and settings. You may use browser controls or other tools to block or delete cookies.
If you do this, however, you may have to manually adjust some preferences every time you
visit a site and some features and services may not work.
4. Application and System Logs
We collect log data in order to ensure the availability and security of the Service, to
detect unauthorized access and fraudulent activity within the Service, to prevent and
respond to Service-related security incidents, and ensure appropriate scaling of the
Service’s computing resources.
5. Do Not Track Disclosures
Do Not Track (“DNT”) is a proposed mechanism for allowing website visitors to control
the collection of certain Usage Data. There is currently no adopted standard to support
the use of DNT signals. We do not currently respond to DNT signals, but we are closely
monitoring DNT proposals.
6. Third-Party Collection
Although we may use third-party vendors, subcontractors, and service providers to
assist us in providing the Service, we do not permit third-party ad networks or similar
services to collect the Personal Information of our authenticated Users.
How We Use Personal Information
We Use Personal Information for legitimate education purposes or to the extent
necessary to exercise our legal rights.
1. Educational Uses
We use Personal Information to provide you with the Services. We may use your
Personal Information for any purpose required or permitted under the Agreement or with
2. Legal Uses
We may use your Personal Information to protect or exercise our legal rights, defend
against claims, investigate fraud or other criminal conduct, enforce our terms and
conditions, respond to a government request, protect the security, integrity and
availability of the Service, or to protect the property and safety of the Company, our
Users, and others. We may also use Personal Information in connection with or during
negotiation of any reorganization, acquisition, merger, sale, joint venture, assignment,
transfer or other disposition of all or any portion of our business, assets, or stock
(including in connection with any bankruptcy or similar proceedings).
3. De-Identified and Aggregate Data
When data is no longer necessary to deliver Services, it shall be either deleted or de-
identified and aggregated. We may use Usage Data and other de-identified or aggregate
data to improve our products, develop new products, and for other related purposes. Our
de-identification processes comply with the National Institute of Standards and
Technology (“NIST”), the U.S. Department of Education’s Privacy and Technical
Assistance Center, and the Department of Health and Human Services. Unless required
to do so by law, we will not attempt to re-identify de-identified data and, where feasible
and appropriate, will not transfer de-identified data to a third party unless they also agree
not to attempt re-identification.
How We Share Personal Information
We share Personal Information with third parties for the sole purpose of providing
Services under the Agreement and to exercise our legal rights.
We may hire third parties, such as subcontractors or vendors, to implement the Service.
These third parties who have access to Personal Information are subject to stringent
privacy and security contractual requirements that are as stringent as those set forth in
and use of Personal Information.
2. Legal Disclosures and Change of Control
We may disclose your Personal Information when it is required or permitted by law, such
as to comply with a subpoena, court order or similar legal process, to protect or exercise
our legal rights, to defend against claims, to investigate fraud and other criminal conduct,
to enforce our Terms of Service, to respond to a government request, to protect the
security, integrity and availability of the Service, or to otherwise protect the property and
safety of the Company, our Users, and others. If we are involved in a merger,
acquisition, or sale of all or a portion of our assets, we may need to share your Personal
Information with the acquiring entity. We will condition any merger, acquisition, or sale
on continued adherence to the terms of this Policy and maintaining a materially similar
level of protection for your Personal Information. If such an event occurs, we will provide
you information about the coming change, how it may impact you and any choices you
3. Data Ownership and Access Requests
Customers who are local education agencies have primary responsibility for fulfilling
student and parent access, amendment, and export requests. In most cases, Customers
can fulfill these requests using the built-in functionality of the Service. Where this
functionality is not available or the Customer cannot otherwise fulfill the request on their
own, we will provide reasonable assistance with the production or export of Student Data
if the assistance is in accordance with our Agreement and applicable law. In some
cases, we may not be able to fully satisfy these requests. Examples include requests for
confidential company information in addition to Student Data, requests for Student Data
in a specific or proprietary format that we are unable to support, or requests that are
prohibited by law.
We have put in place appropriate security measures to prevent your Personal
Information from being accidentally lost or accessed in an unauthorized manner,
including being altered or disclosed. These measures include requiring our service
providers to comply with appropriate security measures as necessary for us to meet our
security obligations to you.
1. Breach Notification
In the event of a security incident affecting our systems that involves your Personal
Information, we will notify you as required by applicable law and the terms of our
Agreement. We will always attempt to notify you of any security incident affecting your
Personal Information that we believe poses a material risk of harm to you, your staff or
We have put in place procedures to handle security incidents, including a process for
making notifications to you or a data breach as required by law.
2. Data Use, Retention, and Deletion
We do not collect, maintain, use or share Personal Information beyond what is required
to perform Services under the Agreement or beyond what is required for the educational
purposes for which it was collected. We will retain your Personal Information only for as
long as reasonably necessary to fulfil the purpose for which it was collected, and to
comply with our legal obligations. Data deletion and retention functionality vary based on
the product or Service.
3. All Servers Located in the United States
Any Personal Information collected will be processed and stored on servers based in the
4. Federation and Identity Management Support
We encourage the use of secure federated identity management technologies such as
SAML in conjunction with our Services. These technologies make access to our Service
safer and more secure for your district and Users.
By using the Services, you agree to adhere to prevailing data security practices,
including: (i) securely configuring your accounts using federated identity management or
strong and unique passwords and not sharing your authentication information, (ii)
avoiding the upload of unnecessary Personal Information into the Service, (iii) exercising
oversight to ensure your Educator and Student Users are using the Service
appropriately, (iv) training and educating your Users on the importance of privacy and
security; and (v) limiting information sharing by allowing Users to access only the
information that they need.
and supersede any inconsistent terms and conditions contained in the Agreement.
Our Services comply with all applicable provisions of the Family Educational Rights and
Privacy Act (FERPA) (20 U.S.C. § 1232g; 34 CFR Part 99). We receive Student Data
from Customers who are educational institutions as a "school official" under FERPA and
only process Student Data for educational purposes. In the event we receive a
subpoena or judicial order for the disclosure of education records, we will notify the
associated institutional Customer(s) prior to fulfilling the request in accordance with
FERPA. For additional information on FERPA, please visit the U.S. Department of
Education's Privacy Technical Assistance Center.
We do not knowingly collect personal information from a child under 13 unless and until
a School Customer has authorized us to collect such information through the provision of
products on the Customer’s behalf. We comply with all applicable provisions of the
Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (“COPPA”). To the extent COPPA applies to the
information we collect, we process such information for educational purposes only, at the
direction of the partnering School District or State Agency and on the basis of
educational institutional consent. Upon request, we provide the School Customer the
opportunity to review and delete the personal information collected from students. If you
are a parent or guardian and have questions about your child’s use of the Products and
any personal information collected, please direct these questions to your child’s school.
California Consumer Protection Act
California. This section applies to you if you are a resident of the state of California and
for purposes of this section the term “personal information” has the meaning provided by
the California Consumer Privacy Act (§1798.100 et seq.) (the “CCPA”). Residents of
California may be entitled to certain rights with respect to personal information that we
collect about them under the CCPA: the Right to Know, the Right to Request Deletion
and the Right to Opt-Out of Personal Information Sales. You also have the right to be
free of discrimination for exercising these rights. However, please note that if the
exercise of these rights limits our ability to process personal information (such as in the
case of a deletion request), we may no longer be able to provide you the Products or
engage with you in the same manner. To request to exercise your California consumer
rights, please contact us at email@example.com with the subject line
“California Rights Request.”
Nevada Privacy Notice
Nevada law provides that Nevada residents may opt-out of the “sale” of “covered
information” to third parties, including but not limited to name, address, social security
number, and online service activity. Our uses of your Personal Information are not sales
under Nevada law, so no opt-out is required.
If you have any questions or concerns about our privacy policies and practices, please
feel free to contact us by phone at 877-585-2029, by email at
firstname.lastname@example.org or by mail at 1256 Main St. Suite #256 Southlake
TX,76092 United States
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