FUSD Digital Resources
As the amount of digital resources purchased in FUSD has increased significantly in recent years, the FUSD Technology Department established the FUSD Digital Learning Resource Committee in the Spring of 2022 to support the organization and review of current Digital Learning Resources, procedures in resource management, vetting, and purchasing. The committee includes representatives from district administration, school administration, and various department members.
FUSD is now part of a statewide group of schools working with the Arizona Department of Education and 1EdTech to vet software, apps, and resources to ensure compliance with Arizona House Bill 2161, FERPA (Family Educational Rights Privacy Act), COPPA (Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act), and other state and federal regulations.
1EdTech is the world's leading member-based non-profit community partnership of educational providers, state/national departments of education, and educational technology suppliers. The rubric that is used to vet apps and digital resources addresses data collection, security, third-party data sharing, and advertising. The 1EdTech team revisits apps and digital resources whenever terms and conditions and privacy policies are updated so that they can provide the most up-to-date information to members of the consortium.
To view apps that are currently available for student use, please click the link below.
Please note that this document contains a list of apps used across FUSD and may include resources that your child does not have access to. Although a variety of grades are shown in the table, specific apps may only be available at some school sites and may not be installed on your child’s iPad. For specific questions, please begin by contacting your child’s school site.
Widely available for student use
Available and/or built-in tools
Meets criteria from vetting process
Available for specific use
May be subscription/paid tool
Approved for some grade levels, school sites, and/or students
App will be reviewed by Digital Learning Resource Committee
Not available for use due to concerns from vetting process