Last Updated: February 26, 2021
NAF is a national organization through which education, business, and community leaders work together to ensure high school students are college, career, and future ready. Since 1980 NAF has been partnering with high schools to enhance systems and outcomes at a low cost by implementing NAF Academies, which are small learning communities usually established within traditional high schools.
- What information we collect.
- How we use that information.
- How we share that information.
- How to contact us if you have questions or want to discuss your rights and choices with respect to personal information.
Whether you are browsing the NAF Website, donating to NAF, or using the NAF Web-based Services, you are subject to the General Privacy Principles. The General Privacy Principles describe our general approach to information security, collection, usage, and sharing. [ See General Privacy Principles ]
The NAF Website is at www.naf.org.
You can visit most pages on the NAF Website without having to log in or otherwise identify yourself. Please click here
to learn more about how NAF collects, uses, and shares information collected on the NAF Website. [ See NAF Website ]
By donating to NAF, you are joining a movement to improve education and workforce development, close the skills gap, and break the cycle of poverty. Please click here
to learn more about how NAF collects, uses, and shares information about our donors. [ See NAF Donors ]
To pursue the shared goals of graduating future-ready youth, NAF offers its clients tools (“NAF Web-based Services”) that are on web-based platforms, including the ones described below. [ See NAF Web-Based Services ]
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for general information about how NAF collects, uses, and shares information via the NAF Web-based Services.
Our information collection and usage practices vary by NAF Web-based Service. To review the privacy provisions specific to the NAF Web-based Service that is applicable to you, please visit our At-A-Glance Summary.
NAF Web-Based Service
NAFTrack is an online system created by education and business leaders to assess college and career readiness. NAF uses a multi-method approach to assess students on a broad range of skills. Student performance is measured through career-related coursework, a qualifying internship, and high school graduation.
ASH is an online platform for active NAF network schools or members to record, access, and assess NAF Academy development and operations. This platform also provides schools with access to NAF Academy data (including contact information) and resources.
NAF Special Pilots
NAF explores new and enhanced services through a pilot process. Pilot programs may include a variety of learning management systems, like Canvas, on which curriculum, instruction, assessment, performance data and resources are accessed and managed.
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POLICIES SPECIFIC TO NAF OFFERINGS NAF WEBSITE The NAF Website is at www.naf.org. You can visit most pages on the NAF Website without having to log in or otherwise identify yourself. See NAF Website article to learn more about how NAF collects, uses, ...
GENERAL PRIVACY PRINCIPLES INFORMATION SECURITY NAF takes reasonable steps to help protect your personal information in an effort to prevent unauthorized access, use, or disclosure. We employ a variety of physical, administrative, and technological ...
NAF DONORS Below, we provide privacy disclosures relevant to donors to NAF. These provisions are in addition to the General Privacy Principles. [ See General Privacy Principles article ] INFORMATION COLLECTION When you register for an event or make a ...
NAF Web-Based Services NAF WEB-BASED SERVICES – Overview This section provides privacy disclosures regarding the NAF Web-based Services. The subsections below provide more specific information regarding NAFTrack and ASH and NAF Pilot programs. These ...
NAF WEBSITE Below, we provide privacy disclosures specific to the NAF Website. These provisions are in addition to the General Privacy Principles. [ See General Privacy Principles article ] INFORMATION COLLECTION When using the NAF Website, you may ...