Privacy Disclosure Statement

Privacy Disclosure Statement

Thank you for your interest in participating in a Seasons of CS professional learning activity! We prioritize the privacy and security of all our participants. We encourage you to read this Privacy Disclosure Statement to understand how certain data related to your participation will be used.

Data Visibility

As a condition of your participation in this no-cost professional learning activity and potential receipt of a stipend:

Limitation of Data Sharing

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Your Choice

By choosing to participate in the Seasons of CS professional learning activity, you acknowledge and accept the conditions mentioned above. If you have reservations or wish not to have your name and school site visible to other participants, please reach out to our support team at before proceeding further.


If you have any questions or concerns regarding this Privacy Disclosure Statement or any related matter, please feel free to contact

Thank you for your trust and understanding. We hope you find the Seasons of CS professional learning activities to be enriching and valuable.

Our Approach to Protecting Data

The Seasons of CS professional learning program is funded by the California Department of Education’s (CDE) Educator Workforce Investment Grant for Computer Science.  Based on the terms of the grant, a minimal amount of data about you and your school will be collected, should you choose to participate in one or more of the Seasons of CS professional learning workshops.

Dedicated staff from the Sacramento County Office of Education, San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools, UCLA, and CDE Foundation serve as the Seasons of CS Leadership Team and are responsible for collecting the aforementioned data.  These staff honor and respect your privacy, and they will:

The Principle of Least Privilege will be applied when sharing your data; partners will only have access to the data they need to best serve you and your school.

A Note from the Seasons of CS External Evaluators

To learn about the impact and reach of the professional learning program, the Seasons of CS Leadership Team works with researchers from the Kapor Center and the American Institutes for Research (AIR).  In addition to the demographic and participation data described above, you may be asked to share feedback regarding your experience in the professional learning experience.

Confidentiality: When the data have been analyzed, findings will be presented in summary form, and your name will not be used in any report.

Who can see this data?

Questions about the research, complaints, or problems: Contact the research team at