This Access Center resource is intended to help teachers implement writing instruction that will lead to better writing outcomes for students with and without writing difficulties. We provide research-based recommendations, activities, and materials to effectively teach writing to the wide range of students educators often find in their classrooms. There are three apparent reasons why so many children and youth find writing challenging.
We will not, without your permission, sell, publish or share information you entrust to us that identifies you or any person. Privacy Highlights What information do we collect? Your username and password to allow access to our products and services.
Customer data or customer company data which you store and use with us. Information about your system as it interacts with us such as your IP address and browser information.
User feedback and other interactions at our sites. What We Do With Your Information We use your information to operate our business and to help us improve your experience with our products. We will tell you about the products and services that are available to you. You have choices about how we use information that identifies you.
We will provide you with open and clear explanations about how we use your information. We may publish or share combined information from many users, but only in a way that would not allow you or any person to be identified.
We will train our employees about how to keep information safe and secure. Security of your Information We use accepted best methods to protect your information. We review our security procedures carefully.
We comply with applicable laws and security standards. Your sensitive information, such as credit card information, is sent securely. Our staff is trained and required to safeguard your information. We transmit, store, protect and access all cardholder information in compliance with the Payment Card Industry's Data Security Standards.
To use our services you are required to register. During the registration process we may ask for your name, address and phone number, and e-mail address. We use this information to communicate important or critical product information to you.
We may also use this information to send you special offers. We may obtain additional information about you, such as address change information, from commercially available sources, in order to keep our records current. Customer Service and Technical Support.
During the Customer Service and Technical Support Process, we may request certain personal information including your name, address, phone numbers and e-mail address. We may use this information to resolve your issue and to follow up with you about your experience.
If you contact us from within a product or service, we may also collect information to help us understand what page you are viewing. We may ask you to send us some information about your computer configuration.
Data Retention and Access. We will retain the information necessary to serve you and to maintain your account for as long as your account is active.
If information you have provided to us changes you may correct or update it either through the service or through our customer support services.
When you close your account, we may continue to communicate with you about important business updates that may affect you, and to let you know about products and services that may interest you.
You may opt out of any marketing messages. We may also continue to use some of your information for business purposes to improve our offerings or in some cases to develop new ones.
Requests for information deletion should be sent to support pointserv. At PointServ, safeguarding your personal information is a top priority. Part of our commitment is making you aware of popular identity theft and fraud scams and providing you with information to protect yourself. Although sometimes difficult to identify, you may receive hoax e-mails, such as phishing scams, that look authentic and appear to have been sent by a company or government agency you recognize.
These e-mails ask you to provide or confirm your sensitive personal information by clicking on links. To entice you, they often claim an urgent or threatening condition concerning your account, or offer you a prize or reward. You should not reply or click on any links in the e-mail or provide any personal information without verifying that the e-mail is legitimate through another channel.2 Incident Report Samples The Sample Incident Report (shown on the following page) is faxed directly to the location where the vehicle is assigned.
Duplicate copies can be faxed to upper management. We ask that you return the driver’s name to us for use in our monthly roll-up reports.
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