This is really important stuff.
They do surveys which show school teachers require children to sign up to proprietary services which kids younger than 13 aren't even able to legally sign up to.
They are trying to teach today's teachers to not ask kids to use WhatsApp or github.
They provide alternative FOSS solutions for schools, such edugit.org with kid-compatible TOS.
This IS important.
Use of proprietary, commercial services for children is rampant in public schools in the US. Schools are teaching kids how to use specific services, not general computer skills. School districts are completely oblivious to the costs of vendor lock in, and see it as a blessing when offered an educator discount on these products.