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Trust, Safety, and Privacy
Our policies and and how we keep you safe
Safety at Schoolhouse
While we're excited to connect people around the world to help each other learn, we realize that this comes with risks that must be carefully addressed. Building a safe environment for our community to connect is our top priority. We want to be as transparent as we can about safety measures so that students, parents and teachers can feel confident in their decision to participate in the community. Below, you'll find a summary of some of the key safety measures we use to protect our learners and
Can I, as a parent, still enroll my child into Schoolhouse even if they are under 13?
How can I report an issue to the Safety Team?
You can reach out at
or directly report the issue here.
Can I (as a tutor or learner) access recorded Zoom sessions?
Do privacy laws differ if I live outside of the United States?
What type of content can I post on Schoolhouse?
When you post any type of information, such as comments, feedback, etc., (collectively, “Content”), you agree to adhere to the following "User Content Posting Guidelines": To the extent our Website contains areas where you can post or submit to be posted such as comments, product reviews, testimonials, etc., you agree to post Content that is proper and related to the general theme of the Website. Content also includes that which you send to us by email, text, mail, or other means. You agree
What personal information does Schoolhouse collect?
You can refer to this page, https://schoolhouse.world/about/privacy, to learn more about what type of personal information Schoolhouse collects or does not collect.
How does Schoolhouse collect my personal information?
Schoolhouse collects your personal information from a variety of sources, including, but not limited to: Information you provide to us Information collected from automatic data collection technologies Browser cookies Local storage cookies Web beacons GIFs Information we collect from third parties
What happens when I delete my account?
How does Schoolhouse use and share my information?
To present our Website and its contents to you. To provide you with information and respond to your questions on products or Services that you request from us and information on new products and services, and features or offers that we believe will be of interest to you. To provide you with the products, services, or
What notice will I receive if Schoolhouse were to go out of business?
In the unlikely event that we go out of business or file for bankruptcy, we will provide you with notice of the event by posting on our homepage, or by email to your email address that you provided to us. To the extent legally feasible, we will provide you with thirty (30) days notice prior to such a dissolution event. We will provide instructions in the notice on how to request access to (and removal from our Service) of any personal information you have the rights to. We may reject requests f
Who can see my session recordings?
What content can Schoolhouse sessions cover?
Overview In addition to our terms and conditions, we have specific content policies that tutors must follow when creating sessions. These policies are intended to support Schoolhouse.world’s mission of connecting the world through learning, while fostering a safe and inclusive learning environment. One of the beauties of Schoolhouse.world is that tutors are given agency and freedom to be creative with their sessions. However, in order to ensure we sta
What are your volunteer policies?
Overview Schoolhouse.world is deeply grateful for the help of our dedicated volunteers. This Volunteer Policy explains possible risks of volunteering and includes liability waivers, consents, and other legal agreements on your part. Please read carefully. Volunteer Hours You understand that Schoolhouse.world will keep track of the number of hours you spend volunteering as a tutor. However, you understand that Schoolhouse.world makes no promises or guarantees that you will be allotted