My kid's school uses Chromebooks with Google Apps. All the kids in school have an account which they can use both in and out of school (Gmail, Drive, Calendar, Hangouts, and so on).
I wanted to let my kid log in to that account with his own Android phone (a Wiko Rainbow Jam), but I do not want to allow my kid's school to monitor his phone or erase all his data.
It's not that I'm really afraid they will erase his phone on purpose, but rather more as part of a general action, for instance as part of what they do when a kid leaves school or perhaps even wiping all of their devices at the start of a new school year.
I know it's possible to log in to Gmail through IMAP, but that's just for Gmail. I also found Removing a device from Android Device Manager for a specific account but that seems like a complicated solution, that again just works for Gmail.
I would like him to be able to use all aspects of his school account, without having to subject his phone to the school's device policy.
Is there a way to use his school's Google account on the phone, without allowing the school's device policy to administer his phone?
Alternatively, if I can get the school to do so,
Can the school set an exception to the policy for his device? Or rather, set the device policy so that it only applies to their devices?
This is, of course, not the primary account for his phone, that's something akin to