Code.org and the Connecticut Student Data Privacy Law

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Connecticut school districts (administrators and educators) must enter into contracts with the educational technology providers with which they share student information, data, records, or other personally identifiable information (PII). This requirement follows state statute (see CGS Ch. 10-234aa – dd); learn more at StudentPrivacy.CT.gov. Such contracts must include specific protections of student PII. 

If you are a Connecticut educator using Code.org and wish to comply with the new law you will need to review and sign our Data Privacy Addendum (DPA). Note that when you click this link you will navigate away from Code.org and be taken to DocuSign to complete the DPA.

Code.org takes student privacy very seriously and we are proud to have received a very positive evaluation from Common Sense Education. You can read more about our practices in our privacy policy

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