There are a number of federal standards for student data privacy out there, and you may be wondering how SLP Toolkit complies with each of them. Note that your state may have specific statutes or laws which apply too. We've compiled a convenient list for our organizations and SLPs to reference below.

1. FERPA

The most applicable federal standard concerning student data is the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA). It lays out some of the most basic things a school official like SLP Toolkit needs to do. We've compiled our responsibilities (and yours as an organization) into an easy-to-digest document for your convenience. You can download it with the link below.

FERPA Oath


2. HIPAA

SLP Toolkit is not a covered entity under HIPAA, and is not a business associate of any covered entity under HIPAA. As a result, The Company is not required to comply with HIPAA standards. If you or your organization are a covered entity under HIPAA, and are required to sign business associates agreements with all 3rd party vendors and contractors, please send an email to the address below requesting additional information about a business associate agreement.

privacy@slptoolkit.com

3. COPPA

Our Services are directed towards adults who are of the legal age to access them in their respective jurisdictions and who reside in the United States. By accessing and using our Services, you represent and warrant that you are of the legal age to form a binding contract with us in your respective jurisdiction and that you meet the foregoing eligibility requirements. If you do not meet these requirements, you must not access or use the Services. If we learn we have collected or received personal information from an individual who was ineligible to access or use the Services, we will take steps to remove such information. If you believe we might have any information from or about a user who is ineligible to use the Services, please contact us at the email below.

privacy@slptoolkit.com

4. State-based Statutes & Laws

In the ever-changing world of privacy regulation, each state attempts to do things the right way. The article below is a starting place for information specific to your state.

Privacy Laws & Regs By State

 

5. General Privacy Agreement

You can generate a general privacy agreement (not state-specific) for your district with the link below.

Click here to generate a Data Sharing & Privacy Agreement