Privacy & Legal
However, in the case of Chicago Public Schools, the contract between Code.org and Chicago Public Schools includes different language that is more vague and broader in scope. When we established the agreement with Chicago, the district required us to use the same pre-approved language used by CPS in all third-party relationships. This privacy language describes more data sharing than what Code.org will actually be doing, simply to avoid the legal costs and bureaucratic challenge of negotiating completely custom language.
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