Next Gen Math privacy policy

Next Gen Math is committed to ensuring the privacy of student users ("Students") of our educational products and services ("Services"), the teachers and administrators of educational institutions that subscribe to our Services ("Administrators"), and visitors to this Website. This Privacy Policy sets forth our information handling practices and obligations with respect to data we gather and use in delivering Services to Students and Administrators through subscribing schools, school districts, and other educational institutions (collectively, "Service Data"). This Privacy Policy also separately describes the information (other than Service Data) that we gather from users of our Website, how we use that information, and what we do to protect it. By visiting or using our Website, you expressly consent to the information handling practices described in this Privacy Policy. Your use of the Website and any information you provide via the Website are subject to the terms of this Privacy Policy.

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Statement of Compliance with California Assembly Bill 1584

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Service Use and Service Data

Next Gen Math provides the Services solely to and through subscribing schools, school districts, and other educational institutions ("Schools"). Identity information for Students and Administrators for Service delivery is provided to Next Gen Math by Schools and is not separately solicited by Next Gen Math. The information provided to us by Schools may include certain individually identifiable information, including Students’ names, teachers’ names, and Administrators’ names and titles. We only collect and record data identifiable to Administrators regarding their use or administration of, and interaction with, our Services. WE DO NOT, even at the request of a School, accept or include in reports additional Student data, such as class code, room number, race/ethnicity, socioeconomic status, disability or other information. Collectively, the information we receive regarding Students and Administrators and that is generated through their interaction with our Services constitutes Service Data as defined above.

Next Gen Math uses Service Data solely to deliver the Next Gen Math Services to and through associated Schools, provide Students with individualized content within those Services, and provide Teachers and Administrators with reports on Students’ academic progress in using the Services. Next Gen Math does not collect any more individually identifiable information about Students and Administrators than is reasonably necessary to administer and provide our Services and individualized content to Students and their Schools, to enable participation in School-sanctioned Student contests, and to generate School-requested reports on individual Student academic progress. Next Gen Math may also perform internal research and analysis on aggregated and anonymous Service Data to assess Service effectiveness and improvements in Student performance. Next Gen Math does not disclose Student or Administrator information or other Service Data to an individual or third parties.

Students and Administrators are provided private user names and passwords to access applicable Services and associated Service Data by Next Gen Math. These identification credentials allow Students to gain access to the Services to which their Schools subscribe and allow Administrators to track Student progress and assignment completion. Next Gen Math Services and associated Service Data are not made accessible to anyone other than our employees, contractors, and agents involved in Service development, delivery, and administration and those accessing the Services or associated Service Data using assigned user names and passwords.

If the parent or legal guardian of a Student wants to review the information that Next Gen Math has collected about the Student or learn more about the Service(s) the Student is participating in, he or she should contact the Student’s School.

Next Gen Math makes reasonable efforts to secure Service Data against unauthorized access. These efforts include employment of physical, administrative, and technical safeguards based on currently available technology and practices to promote the integrity and security of the Services and Service Data. In certain of our Service materials we include links to other websites. This Privacy Policy does not apply to such external links, and we make no representations concerning the privacy policies followed by linked websites. We urge parents and teachers to learn more about protecting children on the Internet by visiting the following site:

In the event that Next Gen Math is acquired by or merged with a third-party entity, we may transfer or assign Service Data as part of such merger, acquisition, sale, or other change of control, unless otherwise prohibited by applicable law.

General Terms for Website User Data

Next Gen Math does not require Website visitors to register and does not solicit personal information as a condition to visitor access to general information on our Website. For Students and Administrators who access our Services through the Website, specific terms applicable to collection and use of Service Data are described above, but the following terms also apply to your use of the Website, including access to Services through the Website.

1. Association with Integrated Services

If you decide to associate our Website with your account on a third-party social networking or integrated service (an "Integrated Service"), such as Facebook™ or Google+™, Next Gen Math may also collect personal information that you have already included with your Integrated Service account. You may also have the option of sharing additional information with Next Gen Math through an Integrated Service. If you choose to provide such information, you are giving Next Gen Math the permission to use, share, and store it consistent with this Privacy Policy.

2. Website Use Information Collected

We may collect information about your use of certain Website features to enable us to understand how visitors access and use the Website and to better tailor the content and content access options of the Website to you and other Website users. In connection with these efforts, we may use various technologies that automatically record certain technical information from your browser or device, including standard log files, web beacons, or pixel tags. The technical information we collect may include your Internet Protocol (IP) address, browser type, internet service provider (ISP), referring or exit pages, click stream data, device operating system, and the dates and times that you visit the Website.

Like most websites we may send one or more cookies – small text files containing a string of alphanumeric characters – to the device by which you access the Website. Cookies collect and retain information about user activities on a website. Their use enables us to provide a more personalized experience to visitors, including Students and Administrators who access Services through the Website. Next Gen Math may use both session cookies and persistent cookies. A session cookie disappears automatically after you close your browser. A persistent cookie remains after you close your browser and may be used by your browser on subsequent visits to the Website. You can, however, remove a persistent cookie at any time. Please review your web browser’s "Help" file or menu to learn the proper way to modify your cookie settings. However, without cookies you may not have access to certain services and features of the Website. Next Gen Math may use third-party service providers, Google Analytics™ to understand our Website usage.

3. Correspondence and Information Requests

Users of the Website may submit comments, questions, and other correspondence and make requests for information about our Services via the Website. Personal information submitted in connection with such correspondence and requests is treated consistent with this Privacy Policy. For correspondence received from children we believe are under the age of 13, we will not identify them using provided personal information without their parent’s or guardian’s consent.

4. Access and Use of Collected Information

Next Gen Math permits access to information about Website visitors only to those of its employees who have a legitimate operational reason for such access. Next Gen Math does not rent or sell personal information that we collect to third parties. In certain instances, Next Gen Math may work with business partners to improve our services or offerings. We may disclose automatically collected and other aggregated anonymized data to authorized business partners to conduct research on online education or assist in understanding the usage, viewing, and demographic patterns for certain Services and/or functionality on the Website.

Next Gen Math may also disclose Website usage information if required to do so by law, or if we have a good-faith belief that such action is necessary to comply with local, state, federal, international, or other applicable laws (such as U.S. Copyright law) or respond to a court order, judicial or other government subpoena or warrant, or administrative request. In some cases, we may make such disclosures without first providing notice to applicable Website users.

Next Gen Math may disclose information as we believe in good faith is appropriate or necessary to take precautions against liability; to protect Next Gen Math from fraudulent, abusive, or unlawful use of Services or the Website; to investigate and defend ourselves against any third-party claims or allegations; to assist government enforcement agencies; to protect the security or integrity of the Website and Service delivery; or to protect the rights, property, or personal safety of Next Gen Math, our users, or others.

5. Children Users

Except for Service Data received from Schools and generated by Student access to and use of Services, Next Gen Math does not solicit and does not knowingly acquire, store, or use personal information relating to children who are less than 13 years of age. If Next Gen Math learns that personal information of persons less than 13 years of age (other than Service Data) has been collected via the Website without the consent of a parent or educational institution, then Next Gen Math will take appropriate steps to delete this information from its systems.

6. Data Security

Next Gen Math makes reasonable efforts to secure our Website and the information users send to us against unauthorized access and corruption. These efforts include employment of physical, administrative, and technical safeguards based on currently available technology and practices to promote the integrity and security of Website user information we collect.

As an alternative to a user name and password login, a School may choose to use QR code badges to authenticate student users. The QR code provided by the School to the student (usually in the form of a laminated card or paper print-out) which recognizes a user's Next Gen Math account when the QR code is read by the camera on a Chromebook, laptop or other device. Next Gen Math does not collect or store any image collected by the device camera. The camera content is processed on the users' device and Next Gen Math only receives the tokens used for authentication. You can learn more about Next Gen Math QR code badges here.

7. Website Links

The Website may be linked to websites operated by other entities or individuals. Some of these websites, such as our Facebook™ page, may be co-branded with our name or logo. This Privacy Policy does not apply to, and we cannot always control the activities of, such other third-party websites. You should consult the respective privacy policies of these third-party websites.

8. Changes and Updates to this Privacy Policy

Next Gen Math may modify or revise this Privacy Policy from time to time. Changes to our Privacy Policy will become effective when posted, with an updated date of revision, on our Website.

9. Contacting Next Gen Math

Please contact Next Gen Math with any questions or comments about this Privacy Policy by email at

This document was last updated on September 21, 2021