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Updated August 5, 2019


  • Intended for children under 13.
  • Collection or use of data is limited to product requirements.
  • Unclear whether this product displays personal information publicly.
  • Unclear whether this product supports interactions between trusted users and/or students.
  • Notice is provided in the event of a data breach.
  • Parental consent is required.
Indicates that the product meets all our required privacy safeguards, but more research should be completed prior to use.
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Basic evaluation
A basic privacy evaluation answers key questions about a product's policies covering issues of safety, privacy, security, and compliance.

XtraMath is a free program that helps students master addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division facts. XtraMath policies do not state whether or not interactions occur between users. According to their terms, XtraMath collects information such as name and email address, but never sells user data to third parties. XtraMath takes reasonable steps to protect the confidentiality and security of personal information collected including encryption of data in transit. XtraMath policies state it is in compliance with privacy laws, such as FERPA, COPPA, and GDPR.

XtraMath can be accessed through its website, and is available for download at the iOS App Store, the Google Play Store, and Amazon App Store. The Privacy Policy and Terms of Use used for this evaluation can be found on XtraMath’s website, iOS App Store, the Google Play Store, and Amazon App Store. This evaluation only considers policies that have been made publicly available prior to an individual using the application or service.

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The standard privacy report (SPR) displays the most important privacy practices from a product’s polices in a single easy-to-read outline. The report displays an alert when a particular privacy practice is risky, unclear, or not evaluated. This alert indicates more time should be focused on these particular details prior to use.
About Privacy Evaluations

The privacy evaluations have been designed with the help and support of a consortium of schools and districts across the United States. These evaluations are designed to streamline making an informed decision about the potential privacy implications of educational technology used to support teaching and learning.

Our core evaluation criteria are freely available and will remain freely available. People are encouraged to read the questions we use and the information security primer we released. Vendors are encouraged to use our questions and the information security primer to self-evaluate. You can also learn more about our evaluation process.

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