Our Commitment to Privacy

A SHORT SUMMARY

 
 

Our commitment to student privacy stems from our belief that children have rights. We intend to fill a child’s mind with information collected from around the world, and not to fill the world with information collected about a child. Our Privacy Policy specifies our commitment. Please reach out if you have any questions: privacy@capitlearning.com.

 

CAPIT is Kid Safe

  • We do not allow children/students to create an account or purchase any of our products or services by themselves.
  • We built parental/teacher involvement into our platform; so parents/teachers must create an account to view their child’s/student’s activity.
  • We do not advertise to children/students within our learning application.
  • We do not allow third-parties to use children's/students' data to advertise to them.

Your Data

  • We do NOT and will NOT share, rent or sell student information to third parties for marketing or advertising purposes.
  • We do not collect biometric data, health data, or sensitive personal information.
  • We do not collect geo-location tracking information.

CAPIT Is Safe

  • Users and students cannot privately communicate with other users and students using CAPIT products or services.
  • Users and students cannot privately communicate with strangers or adults using CAPIT products or services.
  • Your child/student cannot share their profile information for social interactions.
  • We will never share your child’s/student’s profile information for social interactions.
  • CAPIT uses industry-standard SSL to ensure that student data is encrypted and transmitted securely from end to end.
  • We have protocols in place for the unlikely event of a data breach. For example, we will notify you that a breach has occurred, after which our developers will launch an investigation into the causes of the breach and seek a quick resolution.

We Collect Data to Improve Student Learning

  • If a parent or school chooses to use CAPIT, parents, teachers, principals, and district leaders will gain insightful data on student performance.
  • We also use anonymous and de-identified data to improve the learning experience.

We Delete Data

  • Parents, teachers, principals, and district leaders can request deletion of their account at which point we delete the student data associated with the account within 30 days.
  • We delete the student data within 30 days of closing an account, whether or not we were asked to delete the data.

FERPA and COPPA Compliance

  • CAPIT makes every effort to ensure consistency with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) policies. We also comply with Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA).
  • To get more information and learn more about US laws and student privacy, see this link: FERPA/SHERPA.
  • We have signed the K-12 School Service Provider Pledge to Safeguard Student Privacy.
  • We provide prominent notice to users before making any material change to our Privacy Policy that affects them.
  • For users through a California School District, we have also signed the California Student Data Privacy Agreement.

Privacy Questions?

You can contact us directly about privacy matters, including those related to the Privacy Policy using any one of the methods below.

Via Mail:
Capit Learning, Inc.
8835 Pico Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90035

Via Phone:
310.935.3855

Via Email:
privacy@capitlearning.com

Privacy Policy

Effective Date of Last Update: August 10, 2018

We at Capit Learning, Inc. understand that data collected about individuals, especially students and children, is a sensitive issue and that it is incumbent upon us to be as transparent as possible about our privacy practices.

By accessing or using the Services (including without limitation are the Capit Learning website, the mobile version of the website (the “Mobile Site”), and the Capit Learning mobile application available via the Apple App Store, the Android Marketplace, and the Chrome Browser (collectively, the “Mobile Application”)), you acknowledge that you accept the practices and policies outlined in this Privacy Policy.

Please read on to learn more about how we collect and use user information; if you have any questions or concerns regarding our privacy practices, please send us a detailed message in writing using one of the methods identified above.

For users accessing the Services through an agreement with a California School District, additional or alternative protections are available through the California Student Data Privacy Agreement (CSDPA). For these users, the terms of CSDPA will prevail over those in this Privacy Policy if an inconsistency exists between the CSDPA and this Privacy Policy. A copy of the CSDPA can be found here.

What Does This Privacy Policy Cover?

This Privacy Policy (the “Privacy Policy”) explains how Capit Learning collects and uses information from its Services and users, including our treatment of personally identifiable information. This policy does not apply to websites or practices of companies that Capit Learning does not own or control, or to individuals that Capit Learning does not employ or manage.

Whether or not visitors of our site and users of our Services (individually “you”) have created a Capit Learning account, by visiting the site or using the Services, you are accepting the practices outlined in this Privacy Policy.

We organized this Privacy Policy into six parts:

Part 1: How Capit Learning Treats Children's Information
Part 2: What Information Capit Learning Collects
Part 3: How Capit Learning Uses and Shares Collected Information
Part 4: How Capit Learning Protects Children and Children’s Personal Information
Part 5: How Capit Learning Secures Users’ Information
Part 6: What Access and Control Users Have Over Their Information

Part 1: How Capit Learning Treats Children's Information

If you are not of legal age to form a binding contract (in many jurisdictions, this age is 18), you may only use the Services and disclose information to us with your parent’s or guardian’s express consent. Review this Privacy Policy with your parent or guardian and make sure you understand it and do the same with the privacy policies of all websites you visit or mobile applications you use. We do not sell or market directly to minors.

We collect personal information through the Services from a child under 13 whose parent or guardian directly signed up for Services, or where that student’s school, district, and/or teacher has agreed to obtain verifiable parental consent for that child to use the Services and disclose personal information to us, for the use and benefit of the learning environment. If you are a student under 13, please do not send any personal information about yourself to us if your school, district, and/or teacher has not obtained this prior consent from your parent or guardian, and please do not send any personal information other than what we request from you in connection with the Services. If we learn we have collected personal information from a student under 13 without parental consent being obtained by his or her school, district, and/or teacher, or if we learn a student under 13 has provided us personal information beyond what we request from him or her, we will delete that information as quickly as possible. If you believe that a student under 13 may have provided us personal information in violation of this paragraph, please contact us in writing using one of the methods identified above.

When we use the term “Personal Information” in this Privacy Policy, we are referring to personally identifiable information of individual, non-student registrants of the Services. References to “Children's Personal Information” in this Privacy Policy apply to information of users who have registered for the Services as students (i.e., pre-school students and students in grades K-12) that can be used to directly or indirectly identify the student users. General references to “information” apply to all users.

Parents and legal guardians of children under 13 who use our Services have certain rights under the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA), and we recognize those rights. Parents and teachers can consent to collection and use of a child's personally-identifying information without consenting to the disclosure of information to third parties.

Please note that under COPPA, an exception to prior parental consent exists for a vendor to collect a child's or student’s persistent identifier—and no other personal information—for the sole purpose of providing support for the “internal operations” of the Services. See Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA), 16 C.F.R. Part 312.5(c)(7).

Please also note that under COPPA, an exception to prior parental consent exists for a vendor to collect a child's or student’s information for the sole purpose of obtaining consent. See Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA), 16 C.F.R. Part 312.5(c)(1).

Schools or districts using our Services maintain ownership of their Student Records. Each school or district has access to an administrator dashboard that allows direct control over the Student Records at all times. The administrator can view a student’s progress and usage, but not directly create, update, modify, or delete individual accounts. “Administrators” are only those individuals explicitly designated by the school or the district. Schools and districts are required to appoint an administrator that will be responsible for the Student Records and keep us informed of any changes of such appointment. Schools and districts are urged to safeguard the administrator's access information and keep it in strict confidence and notify us of any unauthorized use of password or account registered under their subscription. The teachers using our Services will only be able to access or use our program with a Teacher Login provided by us. Once teachers have set up their Teacher Account, students will have access to their Student Profile. Students will not need an email or password to log in.

We encourage schools and districts using our Services to notify parents that they are using our product in their school. A parent cannot access a child’s school account from home; parents cannot log in to the Services, view their child’s progress and usage, or update, modify, and delete their accounts.

Parents have a right to request to delete a student's Personally Identifiable Information or request a change in a student's records if it is inaccurate or misleading by contacting the school or teacher or by contacting Capit Learning in writing using one of the methods identified above. Parents may also refuse to allow Capit Learning to collect further information from their children by contacting us in writing using one of the methods identified above.

Part 2: What Information Capit Learning Collects

Information You Provide to Us

We receive and store any information you knowingly enter on the Services, whether via computer, mobile phone, or other wireless devices that you provide to us in any other way. This information may include, without limitation, Personal Information such as your name, username, email address, phone number, profile picture, school affiliation and location, billing and payment information (as it relates to Credit and the Capit Learning store), and any other information necessary for us to provide our Services. If you are a student registrant, the only Children’s Personal Information we require is your name, username, grade, teacher, school, and district. We do not collect students' emails or addresses as Children’s Personal Information.

In the registration process of any of our subscription types, we ask our subscriber to provide us with a name, email address, affiliation with a school or district (if applicable), phone number and billing information. We store and use this contact information to send users service-related announcements on rare occasions when it is necessary or advisable to do so. For instance, if we perform routine maintenance, we might send an informational email. We may also use this contact information to request feedback on the use of our products and services, to be used to improve the products and services. We will always provide an option to opt out of such communications.

Information Collected Automatically

We receive and store certain types of usage information whenever you interact with the Services. For example, Capit Learning automatically receives and records information on our server logs from your browser including your IP address, Capit Learning cookie information, and the page you requested. We also record the details of your activity on the Services and the number and frequency of visitors to our site and its components.

When you download our Mobile Application, we automatically collect information on the type of device, name and version of the operating system, name and version of the application, whether the currently logged in user is a teacher, student, or another user type, the numerical mobile device user ID, as well as actions performed by the user in accessing the Mobile Application (“Mobile Usage Information,” which is considered part of “usage information” as described above). However, we do not ask you for, access or track any geographic-location information from your mobile device (i.e., any information provided by your mobile device regarding the name of a street and city where your mobile device is located on the globe at a particular time) while downloading or using our Mobile Applications.

We also use mobile analytics software to allow us to better understand the functionality of our Mobile Application and Mobile Site on your mobile device. This software may record information such as how often you use the Mobile Application, the events that occur within the Mobile Application, aggregated usage information, performance data, and where the application was downloaded from; this information is considered Mobile Usage Information.

Cookies are alphanumeric identifiers that we transfer to your computer or mobile device to enable our systems to recognize your computer or device and tell us how and when pages in our site are visited and by how many people. Capit Learning cookies do not collect Personal Information or Children's Personal Information, and we do not combine the general information collected through cookies with other Personal Information or Children's Personal Information to tell us who you are or what your username or email address is. Most browsers have an option for turning off the cookie feature, which will prevent your browser from accepting new cookies, as well as (depending on the sophistication of your browser software) allowing you to decide on acceptance of each new cookie in a variety of ways. We strongly recommend that you leave the cookies activated, however, because you may not be able to log in or use many of the Services’ most attractive features without cookies enabled. Our partners, affiliates, and service providers may also transmit cookies to your computer or device, to help provide you with an optimal online experience. For example, if you are playing a learning game offered by a third-party, that third-party may transmit cookies to you, allowing you to save your game history. This Privacy Policy does not cover the use of cookies by third parties as we do not have access or control over such cookies. To learn more about browser cookies, including how to manage or delete them, look in the Tools, Help or similar section of your Web browser, or visit http://www.allaboutcookies.org/.

We do not collect a user’s web search history across third-party websites or search engines. However, if a user navigates to our website via a web search, their web browser may automatically provide us with the web search term they used to find our site. Our website does not honor “do not track” signals transmitted by users' web browsers, so we encourage you to visit these links if you would like to opt out of specific tracking: http://www.networkadvertising.org/choices or http://www.aboutads.info/choices/. If you do want to opt out using these tools, you need to opt out separately for each of your devices and for each web browser you use (such as Chrome®, Internet Explorer®, Firefox® or Safari®) on each device.

The Services may also contain electronic images known as web beacons (sometimes called single-pixel gifs) and are used along with cookies to compile aggregated statistics to analyze how the Services are used.

Information We Do Not Collect

We do not collect biometric data, health data, or sensitive personal information.

We do not collect geo-location tracking information.

We also do not collect personal information on students “offline.”

The European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), (Regulation (EU) 2016/679), requires vendors to provide prominent notice on their homepage that their Services uses cookies. As our Services are currently only available in the US and are not available in the EU, we do not provide this prominent cookie notice on our homepage.

Part 3: How Capit Learning Uses and Shares Collected Information

Personal Information

The Personal Information you provide is used for such purposes as responding to your requests for certain information and services, customizing your experience, and communicating with you about the Services.

We do NOT and will NOT share, rent or sell student information to third parties for marketing or advertising purposes.

No third-party advertisements are displayed on our Services.

We do not track a student across websites with targeted advertising. See Student Online Personal Information Protection Act (SOPIPA), Cal. B.&P. Code § 22584(b)(1)(B).

We do not share a persistent identifier collected from children/students that can be used to recognize and track a user over time and across different websites or services. See Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA), 16 C.F.R. Part 312.2.

We do not allow third-party services to collect personally identifiable information about a user’s online activities over time and across different Web sites. See California Online Privacy Protection Act (CalOPPA), Cal. B.&P. Code §22575(b)(6).

We do not allow third parties to use a child’s/student’s data to create a profile, engage in data enhancement, social advertising, or target advertising to students, parents, teachers, or the school. See Student Online Personal Information Protection Act (SOPIPA), Cal. B.&P. Code § 22584(b)(2).

We do not use student data for targeted, behavioral, or contextual advertising to students under the age of 13, or anyone using our Services. See Student Online Personal Information Protection Act (SOPIPA), Cal. B.&P. Code § 22584(b)(1)(A). See Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA), 16 C.F.R. Part 312.2.

We do not market or advertise non age-appropriate types of products or services to a minor under 18 years of age, and we do not allow third parties to use, disclose, or compile the personal information of a minor for the purpose of marketing or advertising non age-appropriate types of products or services. Also, a minor is permitted to request to “erase” or remove and obtain removal of content or information posted on our Services. See California Privacy Rights for Minors in the Digital World, Cal. B.&P. Code §§ 22580-22582.

Children’s Personal Information

We use Children's Personal Information for creating your individual account (which will identify you within your Limited Access Groups), customizing your experience, and for sending you notifications via the Services from your teacher, school, district, fellow Limited Access Group members, and from Capit Learning (regarding your use of the Services) (“Notifications”). Please note that your parent or guardian, as well as an administrator from your school and/or district, can view all activity and content associated with your student account, including your Children’s Personal Information. Also, they can remove any personally identifiable information at any time. From the moment it is collected, we maintain a child’s personal information with confidentiality, security, and integrity.

Your Email Address

As explained above, we may send you email communications. Web beacons may be used in some of our emails to let us know which emails (and which links within those emails) have been opened by recipients. Web beacons allow us to gauge the effectiveness of our customer communications. To opt out of receiving emails from us, please contact us in writing using one of the methods identified above. Please note that if you do not want to receive legal notices from us via email, such as this Privacy Policy, those legal notices will still govern your use of the Services and you are responsible for visiting this Privacy Policy from time to time to review any changes.

Usage Information

Capit Learning uses this type of aggregate data to enable us to figure out how often users use parts of the Services so that we can make the Services appealing and relevant to as many users as possible and customize and improve those Services. As part of our use of information, we may provide aggregate information to our partners (in a non-personally-identifiable format) about how our users use our Services. We share this type of statistical data so that our partners also understand how often people use our partners' services and the Services. We may link usage information to Personal Information and Children’s Personal Information that we collect through the Services, but we will only use this linked information internally (for example, to customize your experience), and will not disclose it in linked format publicly or to third parties.

Mobile Usage Information

This information is used to determine the device capabilities and usage trends which allow us to understand better which devices we should support and what features are most frequently used.

Push Notifications

If you use the Mobile Application, we will send push notifications to your mobile device to make you aware of certain activities that may occur within your account, such as when someone has entered a new post, when you have new notifications, or when an update to the app is available. You may opt-out of receiving these types of communications by turning them off at the device level or contacting us in writing using one of the methods identified above.

Part 4: How Capit Learning Protects Children and Children’s Personal Information

Personal Information and Children's Personal Information about our users is an integral part of our business. We neither rent nor sell your Personal Information or Children's Personal Information; we may share your Personal Information and Children's Personal Information in personally identifiable form only as described below. Again, please note that references to “Personal Information” only apply to personal information of individuals who are not students.

Third-Parties

We employ other companies and people to perform tasks on our behalf and need to share your information with them to provide products or services to you. Examples include sending email, analyzing data, processing payment, and providing user services. Capit Learning shares Personal Information or Children's Personal Information we collect with third parties only to the extent necessary to assist us.

These third parties are well-known, established service providers, who are bound contractually to practice adequate security measures and only use your information for the sole purpose of providing the services. These third parties do not have an independent right to share your Personally Identifiable Information.

We share Anonymous Information or De-Identified Information about our users for tracking analytical information when using third-party web analytical tools. We may use or share Anonymous Information or De-Identified Information for educational research purposes to improve our Services or to evaluate the educational benefits of our program.

When we do share Anonymous Information or De-Identified Information about our users with third-parties, we take reasonable measures to ensure that the data is “De-Identified.” De-Identified Student Data substantially lowers the likelihood that a receiving party can use the De-Identified Student Data to infer information about, or otherwise link to, a particular consumer, computer or another device. One way we De-Identify student data is by aggregating non-personal information for related groups of students. For example, the aggregation of student-level data into school-level (or higher) reports removes much of the risk of re-identifying anonymous individuals since no direct identifiers (such as a name or student ID) are present in the aggregated tables. Some risk of disclosure does remain, however, in circumstances where one or more students possess a unique or uncommon characteristic (or a combination of characteristics) that would allow them to be identified in the data table. We also take reasonable steps to release a child's personal information only to third parties who are capable of maintaining the confidentiality, security, and integrity of the information, and provide assurances that they contractually maintain the information in the same manner.

In some instances, we may include a link to a third-party’s website or service. Such websites or services are not controlled by Capit Learning and may be governed by terms of use, data collection practices, and/or privacy policies that differ from Capit Learning’s. We are not responsible for the privacy policies and/or practices on other sites (but you should read all third parties’ privacy policies to ensure you understand them). This Privacy Policy only governs information collected by Capit Learning on the Services.

Communication About the Services or in Response to User Requests

As part of the Services, you may receive from Capit Learning (depending on your User Category) email or other types of communication relating to your use of the Services or your user profile. You acknowledge and agree that by posting information on the Services or otherwise using the Services, Capit Learning and its agents may send you email, contact you or engage in other communication that they determine relate to your profile or use of the Services. If you disclose your email address to Capit Learning, depending on your User Category, we may use it to send updates, a newsletter or other news regarding the Services, or to simply send Notifications.

Business Transfers

If Capit Learning, Inc., is acquired by another company, or some of its assets are transferred to another company, or, in the unlikely event that Capit Learning, Inc. goes out of business or enters bankruptcy, user information may be transferred to or acquired by a third-party. However, your information will still be protected by the terms of this Privacy Policy unless you agree to new terms. You will be notified to provide consent prior to this data transfer, and you can request to delete your data prior to the transfer.

Protection of Capit Learning and Others

We may release Personal Information or Children's Personal Information when we believe in good faith that release is necessary to comply with the law (such as to comply with a subpoena); or protect the rights, property, or safety of Capit Learning, Inc., our employees, our users, or others. We will try to give you notice if we release information for these reasons, but please understand that we reserve the right not to, as it may not be practical, legal, or safe to not do so.

Responsible Use

Users and students cannot privately communicate with other users and students using the Services. Users and students cannot privately communicate with strangers or adults using the Services.

Student’s profile information cannot be shared for social interactions.

FERPA Compliance

We understand the obligation educational agencies, districts, and school systems have to comply with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) and we support schools in their compliance efforts and facilitate their alignment with FERPA.

Under the terms of our contracts with schools, Capit Learning agrees to act as a “School Official” as defined by FERPA, meaning that we perform an institutional service or function for which the school or district would otherwise use its own employees; we have been determined to meet the criteria set forth in the school's or district's annual notification of FERPA rights for being a School Official with a legitimate educational interest in the education records; we are under the direct control of the school or district with regard to the use and maintenance of education records; and we use education records only for authorized purposes and will not re-disclose Personally Identifiable Information from education records to other parties, unless we have specific authorization from the school or district to do so and it is otherwise permitted by FERPA.

Please note that an exception for disclosing personally identifiable information without obtaining parental consent exists for sharing with other school officials, including teachers within the same educational institution. See Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), 34 C.F.R. Part 99.31(a)(1)(i)(A).

Note also that an exception for disclosing personally identifiable information without obtaining parental consent exists for sharing data with a third-party who is considered a “school official” with a legitimate educational interest, and under direct control of the school for the use and maintenance of education records. See Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), 34 C.F.R. Part 99.31(a)(1)(i)(B).

Please also note that an exception for disclosing personally identifiable information without obtaining parental consent exists for sharing data with third parties conducting legitimate research and studies. See Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), 34 C.F.R. Part 99.31(a)(6); 34 C.F.R. Part 99.31(b)(2).

Part 5: How Capit Learning Secures Users’ Information

We strive to maintain security policies and procedures that are designed to protect your information. Your Capit Learning account Personal Information or Children's Personal Information is protected by a password for your privacy and security. We also use coding practices which take steps to prevent an attack on our Services from web browsers and malicious scripts, by processing all actions through several permission verification checks. For example, we encrypt the transmission of information using industry-standard secure socket layer technology (SSL) to ensure that student data is encrypted and transmitted securely from end to end. Your data is stored on Amazon’s secured AWS servers.

Only Capit Learning personnel, and a limited number of our partner organizations have access to the database, and they only access the database when necessary to provide services.

While we strive to maintain best industry-standard privacy and security practices, no industry system is fail-proof. In the event of a data breach, we will notify you immediately, and our developers will launch an immediate investigation into its causes. We follow the data-breach policies detailed in the California Student Data Privacy Agreement (CSDPA). See ARTICLE V: DATA PROVISIONS, PART, 2. Data Breach.

You may help protect against unauthorized access to your account and Personal Information or Children's Personal Information by selecting and protecting your password appropriately and limiting access to your computer and browser by signing off after you have finished accessing your account.

Capit Learning endeavors to keep your information private; however, we cannot guarantee security. Unauthorized entry or use, hardware or software failure, and other factors may compromise the security of user information. For additional information about the security measures we use in connection with the Services, please contact us using one of the methods identified above.

Part 6: What Access and Control Users Have Over Their Information

We allow you to access the following information about you for the purpose of viewing, and in certain situations, updating or deleting that information. This list may change as the Services change. You may currently view, access, and modify the following information if your User Category allows you to input any of the following:

  • Information in your user profile

  • User preferences

  • Content in your account

If you are a parent, and you would like to request that Children’s Personal Information regarding your child be updated, modified, or deleted, or if you’d like to refuse further contact of your child by the Services, please contact us in writing using the mailing or email address identified above, or simply cancel your service using the cancellation button inside your Teacher Portal. Canceling our Services is a lot easier than activating them. We will respond to a request made pursuant to this section within 7 business days of our receipt of such request.

If you are a teacher, or a school administrator, or district administrator, and you would like to request that Children’s Personal Information regarding a child that is in your class or school be updated, modified, or deleted, or if you’d like to refuse further contact of a child that is in your class or school by the Services, please contact us in writing using the mailing or email address identified above. We will respond to a request made pursuant to this section within 7 business days of our receipt of such request.

A minor student’s participation in our Services, and the ability of a minor student to access the Services will not be conditioned on that student providing more Children’s Personal Information than is reasonably necessary for that participation or access.

We will respond to the cancelation request made pursuant to this section and delete a child’s/student’s data within 30 days of our receipt of such request.

Some teachers, depending on their User Category, can archive Student Profiles. Archiving Student Profiles does not automatically delete them; they are retained for as long as their Teacher’s Account remains active. Administrators and teachers can request that we delete archived Student Profiles. We respond to such requests within 7 business days of our receipt of such request.

The Services provide users the ability to download, export, save and maintain their data or content at any time through our District/School/Teacher Portals. By canceling your account, all your data will be lost. We recommend downloading and printing your child’s report before we delete it.

We retain information collected from a child only as long as necessary to fulfill the purpose for which it was collected. We take regular backups of data, and we retain those backups for 40 days. However, these backups are kept securely offline and are not readily accessible. When we delete an account, first it is deleted from the server, and 40 days later it is deleted from our database backup server and cannot be restored.

We delete all student data 30 days after an account has been closed, whether or not we are asked to do so.

Under California Civil Code Sections 1798.83-1798.84, California residents are entitled to ask us for a notice identifying the categories of personal information which we share with our affiliates and/or third parties for marketing purposes and providing contact information for such affiliates and/or third parties. If you are a California resident and would like a copy of this notice, please submit a written request using one of the mailing address or email address identified above.

You can, depending on your User Category, opt not to disclose information, even though it may be needed to take advantage of certain of our features. You can update or delete certain information. You may request deletion of your Capit Learning account. Please note that some unrevised information may remain in pages cached or archived by a third-party. Some information may remain viewable elsewhere to the extent that it was copied or stored by other users. We may use any aggregated data derived from or incorporating your Personal Information after you delete your information, but not in a manner that would identify you personally. We will retain your Personal Information or Children’s Personal Information for as long as your account is active or as long as needed to provide you the Services; we also may retain and use your information as we deem it necessary to comply with our legal obligations, resolve disputes, and to enforce our agreements.

Will Capit Learning Ever Change This Privacy Policy?

Please note that this Privacy Policy may change from time to time. We will notify you about significant changes in the way we treat your personal information by placing a prominent notice on our website and Teacher Portal, and by email communication. Posting the modified Privacy Policy on our website and app will give effect to the revised terms. Your continued use of our website or app after receipt of a Notification of change to this Privacy Policy indicates your acceptance of any revised terms. If you do not agree to the revised policy, please refrain from using our website or app and/or leave our website or app.

What If I’m In a Different Country?

When you use the Services, you are consenting to have your data transferred to and processed in the United States. All of Capit Learning’s servers are currently in the United States, and we aren’t able to process your information within the borders of any other country. Given this limitation, if your use of the Services or disclosure of certain information to Capit Learning would violate any law that is applicable to you, your right to use the Services and/or disclose such information is revoked, as it is wherever use of the Services is prohibited by law.