Compliance

The growing availability of web-based tools and applications is providing teachers with new and exciting methods to improve, enrich and diversify the delivery of curriculum and instruction to students. Many web-based tools and applications use data to create access accounts and to customize the learning experience. The purpose of this site is to explain what data will be provided to online educational service providers and parent/guardian rights in regard to the use of the online educational services. For parents/guardians of children under the age of 13, this site will give you information relating to the Child Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA)

Burrillville School District makes every effort to select and implement products that protect the confidentiality of students' personally identifiable information and that avoid third party promotional marketing material. In order for students to use some selected web-based tools and applications, it may be necessary for the District to provide student data. In addition to data provided by the District, online educational service providers may collect additional data using cookies, logs and other Internet-based technologies.

Service providers also communicate important information about their collection, protection, use and disclosure of data through their own privacy policies. Below, please find a list of online educational service providers, website address, contact information, as well as the data we provide. Data is typically used only to provide educational services to students. In some cases, providers may use certain data for their own internal marketing purposes. On occasion, providers will state that they provide data to third parties under certain circumstances such as to improve the performance of its website. The list will be updated periodically as necessary.