Educational Products Privacy Policy

Effective Date: 12-30-2020

PRO-ED, Inc. (“PRO-ED”, “we,” or “us”) understands the importance of protecting personally identifiable information (‘PII”) that may be provided to us by teachers, other educational professionals or parents when using our products and services and we are committed to protecting your PII. We publish standardized assessments, instructional materials, curricular and therapy materials, including online software, and professional journals in both digital and print versions for use in k12 and post-secondary education (the “Products and Services”). PRO-ED markets and sells such Products and Services to educational institutions, educational agencies, teachers, other school professionals, homeschool parents and other parents (collectively “educational users”). PRO-ED engages in data processing when data is provided by educational users related to their students when using our Products and Services (“Students”). This processing may involve student PII,1 as that term is defined in the U.S. Family Educational Privacy and Right Act (“FERPA”) and applicable state laws, that is submitted to us by educational agencies or institutions about their Students subject to FERPA and other applicable state and federal laws (see below) (collectively referred to as “Student Data”). We have implemented policies and procedures to comply with FERPA, other applicable laws, as well as state educational agency contracts, regarding our processing of Student Data. Significantly, our Products and Services are intended to be used under the direction of educational users and are NOT meant to be used by children (including those under 13) unless under the direction of authorized educational users.

The purpose of this Privacy Policy is to describe PRO-ED’s procedures for the collection, access, use, disclosure, processing, security, and retention of information submitted by an educational user, whether Student Data or its own information (“End User Information”). “You" and "your" and “End User” refers to you as an end user of PRO-ED’s Products and Services (“End User”). Use of the Product and Services may require your submission of Student Data and your End User Information to PRO-ED. This Privacy Policy applies to your use of the Products and Services and your use of any PRO-ED End User dashboards, web applications, web-based products, mobile apps, or other web-based resources for End Users to access and administer our Products and Services (“End User Platform(s)”).1 Personally Identifiable Information (“PII”) under FERPA means the student’s name, the name of the student’s parents or other family members, a personal identifier that identifies a particular person (e.g., social security number, student number, or biometric record), date of birth, place of birth, mother’s maiden name, other information that alone or in combination is linked or linkable to a specific student that would allow a reasonable person in the school community, who does not have personal knowledge of the relevant circumstances to, to identify the student, or information requested by a person who the educational agency/institution reasonably believes knows the identity student to whom the education record relates.

PRO-ED may collect the following information from End
Users: Student Data from an educational user to provide and administer the Products and Services used by an End User; End User Information to allow it to create and use an account and to access and/or administer our Products and Services; Class rosters provided by End Users; End User providing student email addresses to allow its students to access certain Products and Services; End User transaction information including purchase confirmations and updates regarding End User use and administration of our Products and Services; Customer service inquiries may require End User to provide information to our support staff to respond to your inquiries; and/or promotional or marketing communications if End User has consented to receive such communications.

Automatically Collected Information: When you use our End User Platform, we may passively and automatically collect “Usage Information” (i.e., information that does not directly identify you, but that may be linkable to your computer, device, operating system, platform, or software instance via a unique device ID for the purpose of helping us enable the functionality and improving our online Products and Services”).

For our test Products, your IP address, End User ID, and site name is collected and stored in  the audit log and database when an End User logs into an End User Platform.
For our other Products available on an End User Platform, we collect session cookies, set by the application that are used to determine which users are logged in. We also collect and store IP addresses in the log files that are used for retrieval in the case of failure and to debug the End User Platform when required. Those logs are cleared automatically and periodically. We also use cookies to store a session ID. The cookie expires when the session ends. We store IP addresses in a database table that contains session information. The information in this table is only needed for active sessions and is regularly cleared.

Browser Cookies are small text files stored on your device which are transmitted to PRO-ED from your use as an End User of our End User Platforms. We use cookies to help understand how our End User Platforms are used and to improve content, navigation, and functionality. You can manage placement of cookies on your device by using the features in most Internet browsers, including adjusting your browser settings to warn you before a cookie is stored or to block all cookies. It is important that you understand that by disabling or removing cookies, some parts of our End User Platforms, as well as our Products and Services, may be disabled or not function properly. Also, when you revisit our Product and Services your ability to limit cookies is subject to your browser software's settings and limitations.

Web Beacons, Web Bugs, and clear GIFs are used in combination with Cookies to help people
manage websites and to understand the behaviors of their customers. Web Beacons are typically a transparent graphic image (usually 1-pixel x 1 pixel) that is placed on a website or in an email.They may be used to collect IP Addresses.

Browser Settings: If you do not wish to receive cookies, you may set your browser to reject
cookies or to alert you when a cookie is placed on your computer. Although you are not required to accept cookies when you visit our End User Platforms, you may be unable to use all the functionality if your browser rejects our cookies.

PRO ED does not sell Student Data or End User Information or engage in any marketing
(including targeted ads) related to Student Data. PRO-ED does not use Student Data for its
commercial purposes that are unrelated to its agreements with educational agencies.

PRO-ED uses information as follows:
PRO-ED uses Student Data only as authorized by an educational user and as required by applicable law and the written agreement in effect with an educational agency, as applicable.
PRO-ED uses End User Information to administer, use, and manage our Products and Services and End User Platforms.
PRO-ED may send emails and other correspondence to End Users about our Products and
Services, End User Platforms, and other information that may be of interest to you, as well as
customer satisfaction surveys and requests for feedback about our Products and Services and
Websites. You may opt out from receiving certain communications by following the instructions provided at the bottom of the communication. However, you will not be able to opt out of formal notices about the operation of our End User Platforms, legal, and other related notices concerning our Products and Services, and your relationship with PRO-ED.

PRO ED will not send such communications to any students unless they have consented and are not a minor.

PRO-ED may use your information for the conduct of research for educational, psychometric, and assessment validity and integrity purposes. Any such research related to Student Data will only be conducted as authorized by the applicable educational agency or institution in its written agreement, and as permitted by applicable law.

PRO-ED may disclose information as provided below. FERPA and State Education Laws: FERPA generally prohibits anyone outside of an educational agency or institution from disclosing PII from educational records without the eligible student’s consent (18 or over), or the legal parent’s/guardian’s consent if the student is under 18, or if there is an applicable FERPA or state law exception. Generally, PRO-ED provides our educational Products and Services and End User Platforms to educational agencies subject to a written agreement which encompasses all such disclosure requirements. Through the provision of our Products and Services, End Users may provide student PII to us, which may include educational records governed by FERPA and applicable state student privacy laws. We consider such student PII to be strictly confidential and do not use such data for any purpose other than improving and providing our Products and Services to the educational agency or on the educational agency’s behalf. Our collection, use, and sharing of student PII is governed by our written agreements with the relevant educational agencies, in addition to the provisions of FERPA and other applicable laws that relate to the collection and use of PII of students. If you have any questions about reviewing, modifying, or deleting personal information of a student, please contact your educational institution directly. PRO-ED will only disclose Student Data to its authorized subcontractors that are engaged in work assisting PRO-ED with the provision of Products and Services to an educational agency. We may also disclose information to government and regulatory agencies, but only to comply with a court order or as otherwise required by applicable law. In so doing we adhere to the requirements of the relevant agreement with an educational agency.

PRO-ED Products and Services are not directed or sold to children. Instead, they are meant to be used and administered exclusively by educational users that directly oversee the use of our
Products and Services by a student. We do not knowingly collect any information from children (including those under 13) unless the relevant educational agency, parent, or guardian has provided authorization or consent for a student to use the Products or Services. We collect only as much information as is necessary to provide the Product or Service and an educational user may access, delete, or withdraw authorization for continued processing of the child's information at any time. If you have any questions about reviewing, modifying, or deleting PII of a child under the age of 13, please contact your educational agency directly. Please contact us at if you believe we have inadvertently collected PII
from a child under 13 without proper consent. This will allow us to delete such information as
quickly as possible.

Our Products and Services provided to End Users that are California state government agencies, and the Student Data we process in these instances is exempt under the California Consumer Privacy Act (“CCPA”) because the CCPA applies to “businesses” not state government agencies. Where we provide our Products and Services to California consumers on behalf of our End Users that are educational institutions that are not state government agencies we are considered a ”service provider” under the CCPA. In such instances,
the private sector educational institution’s privacy notice governs the use of Personal Information.

For example, when we process Student Data on behalf of a private sector educational institution, we are acting as a service provider and we retain, use, and disclose the Student Data in accordance with our written agreement with the educational institution. In those instances, you should contact your educational agency with any questions or requests.

Under the CCPA, when we are a conducting “business” functions, and are not acting a service
provider as described above, California residents have the right to request that we disclose the
Personal Information that we have collected, used, or disclosed during the past twelve (12)
months, as well as the categories of sources from which their Personal Information was collected, our business purposes for collecting their personal information, and the categories of third parties with whom we shared their Personal Information. A California resident also has the right to ask us to delete the Personal Information we have collected, although that right is not always granted if we have a legal basis for retaining it. A business cannot discriminate against a California resident for exercising any of their rights under the CCPA. PRO-ED does not sell any Personal Information as defined in CCPA. Under CCPA, California residents have the right to opt out of the sale of their Personal Information. Because we do not sell Personal Information, we do not offer this opt out. California residents or their authorized agent registered with the California Secretary of State can make a request to know or delete by contacting us as by email at or by phone at 800-397-7633. We may require you to provide additional Personal Information to verify your identity, but any Personal Information that you provide to verify your identity will not be used for any other purpose. California law (California Civil Code Section 1798.83) “Shine the Light Law” permits residents of California to opt out of our disclosures of End User Personal Information to third parties for marketing purposes at any time. PRO-ED will not disclose Personal Information to third parties for marketing without giving you notice and getting your consent. Please note this opt-out does not prohibit disclosures for nonmarketing purposes. You can opt out for free by contacting us at or writing to PRO-ED, Inc., c/o Privacy Officer, 1301 W. 25th St., Suite 300, Austin, TX 78705.

Some website and platform browsers may be able to send a “do not track” signal to websites.
PRO-ED’s End User Platforms do not respond to do not track signals or similar mechanisms and requests. If you block cookies through your browser, you will be blocking cookies as noted above.

For any educational users located outside of the United States, you should consult your
educational institution’s, agency’s, or school’s (“institution’s” or “institution”) privacy policy,
because PRO-ED is operating only as a processor of Student Data on behalf of the relevant
educational institution, agency, or school, which is the controller with regard to Student Data and End User Information. PRO-ED only processes Student Data as instructed by the educational institution; under these circumstances where the educational institution is the controller, its privacy policy governs in all respects. Please see its privacy policy/notice for applicable information. End Users, parents, or students from such institutions should contact your institution/controller directly with any questions. PRO-ED will forward any inquiries it receives to the applicable controller.

PRO-ED uses a variety of physical, administrative, and technological safeguards designed to
protect Student Data and End User information against loss, misuse, and unauthorized access or disclosure. Moreover, PRO-ED has implemented policies and procedures to comply with the applicable legal and regulatory requirements for safeguarding such information. We have
dedicated information security programs and work to periodically update our technical and
operational security measures. Our security measures include the use of data encryption, firewalls, limitations on the data use and access for our personnel and subcontractors, the use of secure database hosting, and the use of physical access controls within our facilities.
Additionally, each End User’s account is protected by the password you use to access your online account for the End User Platforms, and we urge you to take steps to keep your username and password safe. Education users are responsible for maintaining the confidentiality of their usernames and passwords. If you feel your password has been compromised, you should change it immediately and notify us. When you are finished using our Products or Services, you should log out of your account and exit your browser. Education users are also responsible for notifying us immediately of any known or suspected unauthorized use(s) of their accounts, or any known or suspected breach of security, including loss, theft, or unauthorized disclosure of login credentials.

Any fraudulent, abusive, or otherwise illegal activity on your account may be reported to
appropriate law enforcement agencies by us. Please be aware that, despite our best efforts, no
security measures are perfect. As a result, we cannot guarantee or warrant the security of any
Submitted Information. In the event of a security incident that involves Student Data or End User information, PRO-ED will notify the educational institution and/or individuals of such incident as required in the relevant agreement and relevant state law.

PRO-ED employees or contractors who have access to Student Data are provided appropriate
training on the requirements applicable to the collection, use, disclosure, operation, or maintenance of that information. The training covers PRO-ED’s privacy and security policies and procedures related to privacy and security of Student Data and End User Information.
PRO ED will retain Personal Information only as permitted or required by applicable law, as
directed by educational agencies or institutions and/or as consistent with its legitimate business purposes.

In many of our Products and Services, you as an End User will be able to access Student Data, as well as change and delete some of the information yourself, by logging into your account. If you cannot access, correct, or delete the required information yourself, please follow these steps:
• If you are an End User of our Products and Services that we provide on behalf of your
educational agency or institution, contact your educational agency or institution to exercise your rights. They need to manage your request even if it relates to information that we
store on behalf of your educational agency. We will support your educational agency or
institution in responding to your request.
• In all other cases, email us at or contact us using the address below
if you want to exercise any of these rights.
• Please remember that many of your rights are not absolute. In some circumstances, we (or
your educational agency or institution) are not legally required to comply with your
request because of relevant legal requirements or obligations which require us to retain
your personal information.

If you have questions or concerns regarding this Policy, please contact us at or at PRO-ED, Inc, c/o Privacy Officer, 1301 W. 25th St., Austin, TX
78705; 1-800-897-3202.

PRO-ED may change or amend this Privacy Policy due to changes in our Products, Services, End User Platforms, business, applicable law and other reasons. We will include a notice on the home page of our End User Platform, but you should also check this Educational End User Privacy Policy and the effective date at the beginning. Any changes or amendments are effective immediately upon posting of the changes or amendments on our website Policy.

PRO-ED reserves the right to transfer Student Data (including, but not limited to, PII) to a third party in connection with the sale of all or substantially all the assets of PRO-ED provided the purchaser has agreed to safeguard Student Data with protections that are at least as protective as those set out in this Privacy Policy.

This Privacy Policy and our Terms of Use constitute the Complete Agreement between you and PRO-ED. To the extent the End User Terms of Use conflict with the provisions of this Privacy Policy the terms of this Privacy Policy shall control.

Website Privacy Policy

Effective Date: October 31, 2018

1. Privacy Notice Overview

2. Information we collect

3. How we use your information

4. How we share your information

5. How we protect your information

6. How we use cookies and similar technologies

7. How we provide links to additional services and other websites

8. How you control your information and individual rights

9. How you opt-in to and opt-out of marketing materials

10. International transfer of Personal Information

11. Can children use our Site?

12. Updates to our Privacy Notice

13. Contacting us


1. Privacy Notice Overview

We at Pro-Ed Inc., including our affiliates (collectively “Pro-Ed,” “we,” “us”) are deeply committed to protecting your privacy. 

We have developed this Privacy Notice to explain how we collect, retain, process, share and transfer your personal information when you visit (“Site”) and to help you make informed decisions when using our Site. Additional information can be found in our Cookie Policy and Terms of Use.

When you access our Site, you acknowledge that you have read this Notice and understand and agree with its contents. 

2. Information we collect

You may provide us with two types of information: basic information identifying you as an individual (“Personal Information”) that you knowingly choose to disclose or that is collected automatically through our services, and Site Use Information collected on an aggregate basis as you and others browse our Site. We may also collect information from third parties as described below.  

Personal Information:  For example, we collect information when you purchase a product or service, create an account, fill out a form, participate in an activity with us, request customer service, or otherwise communicate with us.

The types of Personal Information you may provide may include:

·      Contact information (name, organization, mail and email addresses, phone number)

·     Payment information (including payment card numbers and associated identifiers, billing address, and bank account information)

·      Account log-in credentials

·      Fields of interest  

We may also collect other information from or about you, such as information about what products you have purchased, your interests, and demographic information. You may also provide us with additional information.  

Site Use Information: Like many organizations, we place a "cookie" (a small data file) on your computer when you connect to our Site. This allows us to recognize your computer’s IP address on return visits, and helps us understand traffic patterns on our Site and improve our Site.  For more information about cookies and guidance about how to refuse cookies, see Section 6, “How we use cookies and similar technologies” and our Cookie Policy.  In addition, in order to provide you our services and to detect and evaluable malware and spam, we may scan, collect, and store data including emails, attachments, email addresses, metadata, and URLs and traffic data.

Third Party Information:  We may receive information about you from other sources and combine that information with information we collect directly.  For example, we may receive updated or payment information and use it to correct our records; purchase or redemption information; or customer support information. 

3. How we use your information

Generally, we use the information we collect on our Site in one or more of the following ways: (a) to administer our Site and run our business including Site protection and improvement, account management and analysis, customer support, communication, and market analysis; (b) for marketing, including Pro-Ed products and services that we think may be of interest to you; (c) for recruiting; and/or (d) otherwise as we have a legitimate interest, such as direct marketing, individual or market research, anti-fraud protection, or any other purpose disclosed to you at the time you provide Personal Information or with your consent.

We may also use or disclose your personal information to communicate with you, in accordance with your consent, or when required by law to do so, or to comply with and enforce legal requirements, agreements, and policies, or if it is necessary for a corporate transaction (such as a merger or acquisition).

Other than as described in this Privacy Notice, we do not sell, distribute, lease or transfer the information we collect.   

Your California Privacy Rights – Shine the Light Law:  Pro-Ed does not share information that identifies you personally with non-affiliated third parties for their own marketing use without your permission.

For more details, including how and when we destroy personal information and about your individual rights, see Section 8, “How you control your information and individual rights." 

4. How we share your information

We may share the information we collect as described in this section of the Privacy Notice. We may share this information for the following reasons: 

·      With other members of the Pro-Ed corporate family of entities to, among other things, provide the services you have requested or authorized, to conduct research and analysis, and to help us manage the availability and connectivity of the Site;

·      With employees, contractors and agents that provide services to us, including third-party service providers, who perform services and functions at our direction and on our behalf, but their use of such information shall be limited to the performance of their duties and is consistent with our purposes for using such information;

·      With other third parties for our business purposes or as permitted or required by law, including: (a) to comply with a law, legal process or regulations; (b) responding to or cooperating with law enforcement authorities, other government officials or other third parties pursuant to a subpoena, a court order or other legal process; (c) to protect the vital interests of a person; (d) to protect our property, services and legal rights; (e) to companies we plan to merge with or be acquired by; and (f) to support our audit, compliance and governance functions.

5. How we protect your information 

We use physical, technical, organizational, and administrative safeguards for our Site designed to protect against loss, misuse, unauthorized access, disclosure, alteration or destruction of the information we collect through our Site. Our security controls are designed to maintain data confidentiality, integrity, and an appropriate level of availability. However, we cannot ensure or warrant the security of any information you transmit to our Site.

6. How we use cookies and similar technology

Cookies: When you visit our Site, we may send a cookie to your computer. A cookie is a small data file stored by your computer to help improve functionality or tailor information to provide visitors with more relevant information. We also analyze Site traffic to identify what visitors visit so we can tailor our Site accordingly. For details about the cookies with use, please see our Cookie Policy, which is part of this Privacy Policy.

Do not track signals and requests: Do not track signals and requests are sent from your browser to websites you visit indicating you do not want to be tracked or monitored. Websites are not required to accept these requests and many do not. At this time, our Site does not honor do not track signals or requests.

7. How we provide links to additional services and other websites

We may provide links to other websites for informational purposes, for your convenience or to offer additional services through separate websites and, depending on your device and settings, applications (commonly referred to as “apps”) linked to our Site (“Linked Websites”). Linked Websites are independent from our Site and are not governed by this Privacy Notice. We do not review, have control over their content or endorse Linked Websites or the information, software, products or services available on the Linked Websites. We also have no control over the privacy notices used by Linked Websites. If you decide to access any of the Linked Websites, you do so at your own risk. 

8. How you control your information and individual rights

Any Personal Information collected by or through our Site will be used only for the purpose it was provided and as described in this Privacy Notice. Once Personal Information is no longer reasonably necessary for business purposes, we will destroy the Personal Information in accordance with our record retention and destruction policy.

Some jurisdictions (state, federal, national and international), such as California, Canada, and the European Economic Area (under the General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”)), provide individuals with certain rights regarding their Personal Information. For example, GDPR provides European residents with the following individual rights: 

·      to be informed about your Personal Information, and how we use and share it. That information is provided in this Privacy Notice;

·      to view and obtain a copy of the Personal Information we maintain about you, except in where it would contain legal privilege, or compromise others’ rights, be disproportionately burdensome, or be commercially proprietary;

·      to amend or revise, or in some instances to provide supplemental information regarding, the Personal Information we maintain about you;

·      to have the Personal Information we keep about you erased (also known as the right to be forgotten);

·      to object to the use of your Personal Information for direct marketing;  

·      to restrict our use of the Personal Information we maintain about you;

·      to transfer the Personal Information we maintain about you to another entity;

·      to object to our use of the Personal Information we maintain about you;

·     to object to automated decision making or profiling (we do not make automated decisions about you and do not profile individuals who visit our Site); and

·       to file a complaint with us or the appropriate governmental entity.

To exercise any rights your jurisdiction may provide, contact us noted in Section 13 below.

We may require that you verify your identity before exercising your individual rights.

For corporate or business customers, we are a data processor only and process Personal Data as instructed by our customers. 


9. How you opt-in to and opt-out of marketing materials

We will send marketing and informational materials to individuals only if they have affirmatively indicated they want to receive them by providing their contact information and selecting the appropriate boxes to confirm their choice. Individuals can opt-out of future marketing and informational materials at any time by (a) contacting us as noted in Section 13 below and indicating your changed preference, or (b) clicking on the unsubscribe or opt-out feature at the bottom of electronic marketing and informational materials.  If you choose no longer to receive marketing information, we may still communicate with you regarding transactional or administrative topics such as service requests.

10. International transfer of Personal Information

We store information received through or by our Site in the United States. If you are providing the information from another country, you agree to and understand that the information will be transferred, stored and used in the United States.

11. Can children use our Site? 

Our Site is not directed to children under the age of majority. We do not knowingly collect information from children or others who are not legally able to use our services.  If we obtain actual knowledge that we have collected information from a child under the age of majority, we will promptly destroy that information, unless we are legally obligated to retain it. If you believe we have mistakenly or unintentionally collected information from a child under the age of majority, please contact us as  noted in Section 13.

12. Updates to this Privacy Notice

We may update or change this Privacy Notice. The effective date at the top of this page states when it was last revised. Any change to this Privacy Notice will become effective when we post the revised Privacy Notice on our Site. Your use of our Site means you accept our Privacy Notice.

If any change may materially and negatively affect the privacy of your Personal Information, we will use reasonable efforts to notify you in advance and give you a reasonable time to object to any changes.

We encourage you to periodically review this Privacy Notice to stay informed about how we collect, use, and share Personal Information.

13. Contacting us

Use the contact information below if you (a) would like to exercise any individual rights you may have about your Personal Information, (b) have questions, concerns or complaints about this Privacy Notice or our privacy practices or (c) would like additional information about our privacy practices.


Phone: 1-800-897-3202 (ext.  639)

Mail:   PRO-ED, Inc.

            c/o Marketing Department

             8700 Shoal Creek Boulevard

            Austin, Texas 78757

            (512) 451-3246


Cookie Notice

We (including our service providers working on our behalf) utilize cookies to collect information about your activity, or activity on devices associated with you, on our Site and applications.

Use of cookies 

A cookie is a text file which is stored on your computer or other device and allows us to distinguish you from other users of this Site.  Session-based cookies last only while your browser is open and are automatically deleted when you close your browser. Persistent cookies last until you or your browser deletes them or they expire.

Cookies can help us to provide you with a more relevant experience when you browse the Site and enable you to use some of its features. Others are used to recognize you when you return, and to personalize content for you. Other cookies allow us to compile anonymous, aggregated statistics that allow us to understand how you and other users interact with the Site, and to improve the functionality, security, and performance of the Site.

Some cookies are set by us (first party cookies); others are set by another party’s website (third party cookies). However, we do not allow third parties to use the cookies for any purpose other than those listed above.

How to manage cookies or opt out of interest-based targeting

Some people prefer not to allow cookies, which is why most browsers give you the ability to manage cookies to suit you. In some browsers you can set up rules to manage cookies on a site-by-site basis, giving you more fine-grained control over your privacy. What this means is that you can disallow cookies from all sites except those that you trust.

Web browser manufacturers provide help pages relating to cookie management in their products. Please see below for more information. 

•Google Chrome

•Internet Explorer

•Microsoft Edge

•Mozilla Firefox

•Safari (Desktop)

•Safari (Mobile)

•Android Browser


•Opera Mobile

For other browsers, please consult the documentation that your browser manufacturer provides.

You can opt out of interest-based targeting provided by participating ad servers through the Digital Advertising Alliance ( In addition, on your iPhone, iPad or Android, you can change your device settings to control whether you see online interest-based ads.

If you limit the ability of websites and applications to set cookies, you may worsen your overall user experience.  It may also stop you from saving customized settings, like login information.

Contacting Us

If there are any questions regarding this Cookie Policy or the information that we collect about you, you may contact us at:


Phone: 1-800-897-3202 (ext.  630)

Mail:   PRO-ED, Inc.

            c/o Marketing Department

             8700 Shoal Creek Boulevard

            Austin, Texas 78751

            (512) 451-3246