PRIVACY POLICY

Why We Collect Information

One of the primary ways the Supporting Inclusive Practices (SIP) supports inclusion in organizations is by providing free access to quality professional development around inclusive practices and concepts. We collect your information to inform you of new events that are being held around California so you don’t miss out on free, high-quality professional development that may help you advance inclusion. We understand that busy professionals don’t always find the time to check our website regularly for new professional learning opportunities. As such, we allow users to opt in to receive information from us via email.

What Information We Collect

When subscribing to receive notification regarding new professional development opportunities, we may ask for your name and email information. Submitting this information is completely voluntary and you may opt out of receiving emails at any time by contacting us through our website.

When you use our site, we may also collect your IP address, geographic location, and information about your browsing history, operating system, and device through Google Analytics. This information does not allow us to personally identify you but allows us to improve your site experience.

Our site, and our third-party service providers, may also use cookies. A cookie is a small piece of data that is stored on your device and retains information about your prior use of that site. At any time, you can disable cookies on your website’s browser by following instructions in the Help section.

How We Use Your Information

First thing’s first, we will never sell or rent your personal information to any other party and your personal information will never be made public.

We use the information we collect through Google Analytics to help improve the content and design of our site. Browsing data, for example, allows us to understand how you use the site, which content is most relevant to you, how many pages you visit, and where you spend most of your time on our site.

We use cookies to automatically collect information and help improve your browsing experience. We do not store personally identified information in the cookies that we create. Cookies provide information that help us improve your experience on the site. But if you aren’t comfortable with cookies, you can turn them off and delete them in your browser. Simply search through your browser’s help guide for instructions.

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If you have any questions about this privacy policy, please contact connect@sipinclusion.org.

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