Web Policy

COPYRIGHT AND TERMS OF SERVICE
Copyright © The Texas Institute for Teacher Education, . The materials found on this website are copyrighted © and trademarked ™ as the property of The Texas Institute for Teacher Education and may not be reproduced without the express written permission of The Texas Institute for Teacher Education.

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PRIVACY STATEMENT
The Texas Institute for Teacher Education web site will not require the use of cookie files or cookies to view public information. A cookie file is an electronic record containing unique information a web site can use to track such things as passwords; lists of pages visited; and the date when a specific page was accessed; or to identify a user session at a particular web site. A cookie is often used in commercial sites to identify the items selected for a specific shopping cart or web portal. The Texas Institute for Teacher Education website may require the use of cookies to facilitate applications that display user-specific web pages. Information gathered through the use of cookies will only be used by The Texas Institute for Teacher Education web site to facilitate the display of information to the web user.
If you send us an electronic mail message with a question or comment that contains personally identifying information, or fill out a form that transmits this information to us, we will only use the personally identifiable information to respond to your request and analyze trends. We may redirect the text of your message to another government agency or person who is in a better position to answer your question. While doing this, however, we are bound by procedure to withhold your identifying personal information from the forwarded email. We may direct you to personally contact another agency or person.
For site management functions, information is collected for analysis and statistical purposes. This information is not reported or used in any manner that would reveal personally identifiable information. We use log analysis tools to create summary statistics, which are used for purposes such as assessing what information is of most interest, determining technical design specifications, and identifying system performance or problem areas.

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HYPERLINKS
Any links outside The Texas Institute for Teacher Education web site are provided as a convenience to our viewers. The Texas Institute For Teacher Education has no control over the content of these linked sites. The Texas Institute for Teacher Education does not necessarily endorse any products or services sold by any of these linked sites. The Texas Institute for Teacher Education will link to sites only if they are determined to be aligned with the Institute's own goals and positions. If you discover an error on one of the sites, contact the webmaster of that linked site.

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DISPUTE RESOLUTION
Any dispute or disagreement between us of any kind, if it cannot be resolved by negotiation, shall be resolved by arbitration in accordance with the then current rules of the American Arbitration Association. A single arbitrator engaged in the practice of law shall conduct the arbitration, whose decision and award shall be final and binding and may be entered in any court with jurisdiction.

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