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Company Name: Lifelong Kindergarten Group at the MIT Media Lab | Software Name: Scratch | Website

State District Name Agreement Status Agreement Type Agreement Dates Grade Level Content Area Data
Not Approved
Declined
CA Atascadero Unified Active
In Use/District Vetted
MA Cambridge School District Active
Legal Drafted Guardian Release
School Year: 2018 - 2019
Location: Amigos, Baldwin, CPORT, Dr. MLK, FMA, Graham and Parks, Haggerty, King Open, KLO, Morse, Peabody, Tobin, CSUS, PAUS, RAUS, VLUS, CRLS, HSEP
Approved: 08/15/2018 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 Instructional Technology Data List
TX Cypress-Fairbanks ISD Approved (No Data Collected)
Vendor-Specific
School Year: Select One
Approved: 04/09/2019 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 English Language Arts, Health, Instructional Technology, Library Media, Math, Science, Social Science, World Language
MA Dedham School District Active
Legal Drafted Guardian Release
Approved: 07/03/2017
MA Hopkinton School District Not Approved
Declined
cratch cares deeply about the privacy of students and of all individuals who use our platform. The Scratch Team has in place physical and electronic procedures to protect the information we collect on the Scratch website. We strictly limit individual access to the Scratch servers and the data we store on them. We encourage you to read our Privacy Policy for more information. Although we are not in a position to offer contractual guarantees with each entity that uses our free educational product, we are in compliance with all federal laws that are applicable to MIT, a 501(c)(3) organization and the entity that created and maintains Scratch. Additional information about Scratch’s policies and practices as outlined on our Terms of Use and Frequently Asked Questions pages. We have recently launched Scratch Teacher Accounts which may be of interest to you. Teacher Accounts allow educators to create student accounts without identifiable student information (such as student email addresses and student-created usernames). Learn more about Teacher Accounts here. In addition, you may be interested in the Scratch 2.0 offline editor, which is a stand-alone version of Scratch that runs offline. This allows students to create Scratch projects without creating online profiles, sharing data online, or using the online community. You can download the offline editor here.
MA Lexington School District Not Approved
Declined
We are not in a position to offer contractual guarantees. We have recently launched Scratch Teacher Accounts which may be of interest to you. Teacher Accounts allow educators to create student accounts without identifiable student information (such as student email addresses and student-created usernames). In addition, you may be interested in the Scratch 2.0 offline editor, which is a stand-alone version of Scratch that runs offline. This allows students to create Scratch projects without creating online profiles, sharing data online, or using the online community. You can download the offline editor.
MA Medfield School District Not Approved
Declined
MA Millis School District Not Approved
Declined
Scratch cares deeply about the privacy of students and of all individuals who use our platform. The Scratch Team has in place physical and electronic procedures to protect the information we collect on the Scratch website. We strictly limit individual access to the Scratch servers and the data we store on them. We encourage you to read our Privacy Policy for more information. Although we are not in a position to offer contractual guarantees with each entity that uses our free educational product, we are in compliance with all federal laws that are applicable to MIT, a 501(c)(3) organization and the entity that created and maintains Scratch. Additional information about Scratch’s policies and practices as outlined on our Terms of Use and Frequently Asked Questions pages. We have recently launched Scratch Teacher Accounts which may be of interest to you. Teacher Accounts allow educators to create student accounts without identifiable student information (such as student email addresses and student-created usernames). Learn more about Teacher Accounts here. In addition, you may be interested in the Scratch 2.0 offline editor, which is a stand-alone version of Scratch that runs offline. This allows students to create Scratch projects without creating online profiles, sharing data online, or using the online community. You can download the offline editor here.
2, 6, 7, 8
WA Monroe School District Active
Legal Drafted Guardian Release
School Year: Select One
MA Northampton School District Not Approved
Declined
Vendor Response: "Although we are not in a position to offer contractual guarantees with each entity that uses our free educational product. We have recently launched Scratch Teacher Accounts which may be of interest to you. Teacher Accounts allow educators to create student accounts without identifiable student information (such as student email addresses and student-created usernames). In addition, you may be interested in the Scratch 2.0 offline editor, which is a stand-alone version of Scratch that runs offline. This allows students to create Scratch projects without creating online profiles, sharing data online, or using the online community."
CA Norwalk-La Mirada Unified Active
In Use/District Vetted
School Year: 2016 - 2017
Approved: 07/01/2016 K, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 English Language Arts, Math, Science, Social Science, Physical Education, Visual performing Arts, World Language, Instructional Technology
MA Walpole School District Not Approved
Declined
Scratch cares deeply about the privacy of students and of all individuals who use our platform. The Scratch Team has in place physical and electronic procedures to protect the information we collect on the Scratch website. We strictly limit individual access to the Scratch servers and the data we store on them. We encourage you to read our Privacy Policy for more information. Although we are not in a position to offer contractual guarantees with each entity that uses our free educational product, we are in compliance with all federal laws that are applicable to MIT, a 501(c)(3) organization and the entity that created and maintains Scratch. Additional information about Scratch’s policies and practices as outlined on our Terms of Use and Frequently Asked Questions pages. We have recently launched Scratch Teacher Accounts which may be of interest to you. Teacher Accounts allow educators to create student accounts without identifiable student information (such as student email addresses and student-created usernames). Learn more about Teacher Accounts here. In addition, you may be interested in the Scratch 2.0 offline editor, which is a stand-alone version of Scratch that runs offline. This allows students to create Scratch projects without creating online profiles, sharing data online, or using the online community. You can download the offline editor here.
2, 6, 7, 8
MA Wayland School District Not Approved
Declined
Scratch cares deeply about the privacy of students and of all individuals who use our platform. The Scratch Team has in place physical and electronic procedures to protect the information we collect on the Scratch website. We strictly limit individual access to the Scratch servers and the data we store on them. We encourage you to read our Privacy Policy for more information. Although we are not in a position to offer contractual guarantees with each entity that uses our free educational product, we are in compliance with all federal laws that are applicable to MIT, a 501(c)(3) organization and the entity that created and maintains Scratch. Additional information about Scratch’s policies and practices as outlined on our Terms of Use and Frequently Asked Questions pages. We have recently launched Scratch Teacher Accounts which may be of interest to you. Teacher Accounts allow educators to create student accounts without identifiable student information (such as student email addresses and student-created usernames). Learn more about Teacher Accounts here. In addition, you may be interested in the Scratch 2.0 offline editor, which is a stand-alone version of Scratch that runs offline. This allows students to create Scratch projects without creating online profiles, sharing data online, or using the online community. You can download the offline editor here.
CA Westside Union Elementary Not Approved
Declined
Thank you for reaching out to us regarding Scratch’s privacy practices. Scratch cares deeply about the privacy of students and of all individuals who use our platform. The Scratch Team has in place physical and electronic procedures to protect the information we collect on the Scratch website. We strictly limit individual access to the Scratch servers and the data we store on them. We encourage you to read our Privacy Policy for more information. Although we are not in a position to offer contractual guarantees with each entity that uses our free educational product, we are in compliance with all federal laws that are applicable to MIT, a 501(c)(3) organization and the entity that created and maintains Scratch. Additional information about Scratch’s policies and practices as outlined on our Terms of Use and Frequently Asked Questions pages. We have recently launched Scratch Teacher Accounts which may be of interest to you. Teacher Accounts allow educators to create student accounts without identifiable student information (such as student email addresses and student-created usernames). Learn more about Teacher Accounts here. In addition, you may be interested in the Scratch 2.0 offline editor, which is a stand-alone version of Scratch that runs offline. This allows students to create Scratch projects without creating online profiles, sharing data online, or using the online community. You can download the offline editor here. We hope that you will continue engaging young people in creative learning experiences using Scratch. Sincerely, Scratch Team
School Year: Select One
MA Westwood School District Not Approved
Declined
Although we are not in a position to offer contractual guarantees with each entity that uses our free educational product, we are in compliance with all federal laws that are applicable to MIT, a 501(c)(3) organization and the entity that created and maintains Scratch. Additional information about Scratch’s policies and practices as outlined on our Terms of Use and Frequently Asked Questions pages. We have recently launched Scratch Teacher Accounts which may be of interest to you. Teacher Accounts allow educators to create student accounts without identifiable student information (such as student email addresses and student-created usernames). Learn more about Teacher Accounts here. In addition, you may be interested in the Scratch 2.0 offline editor, which is a stand-alone version of Scratch that runs offline. This allows students to create Scratch projects without creating online profiles, sharing data online, or using the online community.

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