How do Summit, teachers, and parents use this information?

Summit’s Privacy Policy ensures that student personal information is only used for educational purposes. Student personal information is essential for teachers and parents to understand student performance. Through the Summit Learning Platform and related Services, teachers have the information they need to personalize instruction and support students’ individual learning goals. Teachers can see at-a-glance which students are on track and which students are struggling. They can share feedback and resources—and design classroom activities to support all students. Parents can see the progress their child is making in real-time; they don’t have to wait for a report card or progress report. Summit mentors can also work with school leaders to provide ongoing coaching and feedback to support teachers.

Summit also analyzes user information to better meet the needs of students, teachers, and parents. Summit uses student information to make improvements to the Platform and the related Services, such as:

  • Changing how teachers assign Projects and provide feedback;
  • Updating questions from tests and content resources;
  • Adding new features that support students in learning how to use the Platform effectively.
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