Select a state to visit their alliance website.
Download the standard agreement:
The Student Data Privacy Consortium (SDPC), a Special Interest Group of the Access 4 Learning (A4L) Community, is thrilled to work with Google for Education's Chromebook App Hub Project. This online resource has been developed to help educators, administrators and developers work together, and delivers a comprehensive view of all apps that meet the learning goals and policies of their school districts. The App Hub is also dedicated to bringing transparency to developers' data and accessibility policies, and to help decision makers find information about varied applications. The SDPC sees the App Hub as a great way to assist developers in considering the student privacy implications of their products in use with learners. While applications may be published in the App Hub, schools still need to consider their local resource approval process before using an application in the classroom which is where the SDPC can help.
How to use the Hub
STEP 1: To get started click here and then select the Apps tab in the page header.
STEP 2: Sort through the listing of resources and then click on the desired resource (See Screenshot #1 below).
STEP 3: Scroll to the bottom of the page and click on the Data Policy and Accessibility section to expand it (See Screenshot #2 below). Here is where you will find important information about their agreement activity and SDPC membership (See Screenshot 3 below).
Screenshot #1: Clickable graphic of the Resource
Screenshot #2: Expand this section to see agreement information.
Screenshot #3: Data policy and accessibility section of the website