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Does your child use PowerSchool products, including Schoology, Naviance, Performance Matters or SchoolMessenger? Attorneys are investigating potential violations of your family’s data privacy. Fill out the form to find out more »

WHAT’S THE ISSUE?

Hagens Berman’s legal team is investigating PowerSchool, which owns the products Schoology, Naviance, Performance Matters and SchoolMessenger, for allegedly violating student users’ data privacy. Attorneys believe that these software platforms, which are used by over 45 million students globally, collect highly sensitive personal data from children including their educational records and all their activities and communications while using the software.

WHO IS AFFECTED?

If you or your child have used any PowerSchool product, including Schoology, Naviance, Performance Matters or SchoolMessenger, you may be impacted. Fill out the form to find out your rights.

WHAT DATA DOES POWERSCHOOL COLLECT?

According to reports, PowerSchool may collect the following sensitive personal information from student users:

  • Citizenship status
  • Religious affiliation
  • School disciplinary records
  • Medical diagnoses
  • Reading and typing speed
  • Full text of answers given on tests
  • Whether they live in a two-parent household
  • Whether they have used drugs, been the victim of a violent crime or expressed interest LGBTQ+ student groups, among hundreds of other data points

YOUR CHILD’S RIGHT TO PRIVACY

PowerSchool products are commonly used by elementary and high school students and their parents in your community. We believe these products may violate your family’s rights and are taking action to help protect you and your family. You may have rights under the law, and our legal team is interested in speaking with the parents of anyone who has used PowerSchool’s online education services.

TOP HIGH TECH AND DATA PRIVACY LAW FIRM

Hagens Berman is one of the most successful plaintiffs’ litigation firms in the U.S. and has achieved more than $320 billion in settlements in lawsuits against big tech companies, big banks and other powerful entities. Hagens Berman is currently one of the firms chosen to finalize a settlement with T-Mobile for its 2021 data breach, in which the carrier has agreed to pay $350 million to customers whose sensitive personal information was compromised by the company’s alleged negligence. Your claim will be handled by attorneys experienced in the areas of tech, data privacy and consumer rights litigation.

NO COST TO YOU

In no case will any class member ever be asked to pay any out-of-pocket sum. In the event Hagens Berman or any other firm obtains a settlement that provides benefits to class members, the court will decide a reasonable fee to be awarded to the legal team for the class.

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