Your data, your rules

Learnosity is designed to meet the highest standards of personal data protection – and we’ll always uphold your right to privacy.
One of the proven ways to protect privacy and learner data that we use in Learnosity is pseudonymous data. Would you like to know how pseudonymity reduces risk and works in practice?

Our partners

The world’s leading educational companies trust our privacy practices

Learnosity doesn’t need your learners’ PII

Simply pass us a pseudonymized user ID.

We deliver an assessment to that unknown learner.

Only you can map the user ID back to that individual.

Our vision is to be at the center of every product that reaches every student in the world – and we can only achieve that dream by guaranteeing future-proof data privacy for every one of those students.

Gavin Cooney

CEO & Co-Founder

Safeguarding data

We take individual data privacy seriously. We will only retain your data for as long as necessary. We will never compromise your privacy.

Protecting the privacy of your users is a commitment we will never break – that’s why we’re a proud signatory of the Student Privacy Pledge. We vow to:

  • Never sell student information
  • Never allow behaviorally targetted advertising
  • Use data for authorized education purposes only
  • Never change privacy policies without notice and choice
  • Support parental access to, and correction of, errors in their children’s information
  • Provide comprehensive security standards
  • Remain completely transparent about how we collect and use data

Our software privacy policy is designed to comply with global and regional legislation, such as General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Regardless of their location, all of our authorized users are granted the following rights:

  • The right to know what personal data is collected.
  • The right to know if personal data is being shared, and to whom.
  • The right to access your personal data.
  • The right to exercise your privacy rights without being discriminated against.

Discover our ethos

Illustration of a student's profile with face anonymized by large pixels
Data & Security
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Four suggestions for getting privacy right when developing edtech

As digital interactions increase, so does the flow of data and the risk of its misuse. But edtech can respect and protect learner privacy. John Kleeman, EVP at Learnosity & Questionmark, explains how.

by John Kleeman EVP at Learnosity
Updates & Product Tips
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Why GDPR is an opportunity to move forward

How does a company whose product is used by clients with millions of users go about ensuring GDPR compliance?

by Micheál Heffernan Senior Editor
Learning & Development
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The gathering storm: Student data security in the Digital Age

How can student data security be guaranteed when faced with a threat that can neither be detected nor predicted? In the not-too-distant past, banks represented…

by Micheál Heffernan Senior Editor

Value privacy as much as we do?

If you’ve any questions about how Learnosity can protect your learners’ privacy, you can get in touch with us at