BOSTON – Learning technology company HMH today announced that the company’s supplemental and intervention solutions were fully reviewed and approved by Chicago Public Schools for usage across the district. These HMH digital tools comply with the Student Online Personal Protection Act (SOPPA), the student data privacy law that regulates students' covered information by schools, the Illinois State Board of Education, and education technology vendors.
Through the SOPPA approval process, HMH entered into an agreement with Chicago Public Schools to provide additional guarantees that student data is protected when collected by the company and that the data is used for beneficial purposes only. Protecting student data and therefore the students themselves is of vital importance to HMH.
HMH’s CPS SOPPA-approved digital solutions are available to all Chicago Public Schools to address the differentiated needs of all students.
To learn more, visit hmhco.com/chicago.