The Family Policy Compliance Office is excited to announce the launch  of the new Student Privacy Website! This new website replaces both the Privacy Technical Assistance Center’s and the Family Policy Compliance Office’s sites.  The Student Privacy Website can be found at:  https://studentprivacy.ed.gov. Be sure to update your bookmarks accordingly!

Letter re: status of education records and transcripts from public due process hearings

December 23, 2004

Jerome D. Schad, Esq.
Hudgson Russ LLP, Attorneys
One M&T Plaza, Suite 2000
Buffalo, NY 14203-2391

Dear Mr. Schad:

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Welcome to the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) Web page developed specifically for parents and eligible students.  This page contains information and resources geared to educate and inform parents of students enrolled in public elementary schools and secondary schools and students enrolled in public and private colleges and universities.  FERPA generally does not apply to most private elementary schools and secondary schools, as they do not receive U.S.

Letter re: conflict between Nevada law and FERPA

January 27, 2005

Ms. Jeanne-Marie Pochert
Deputy Assistant General Counsel
Clark County School District Legal Department
2832 East Flamingo Road
Las Vegas, Nevada 89121

Dear Ms. Pochert:

Letter to Kansas School District re: Disclosure of Information About Juvenile Registered Sex Offenders

March 8, 2005

W. Joseph Hatley, Esq.
Lathrop & Gage
Building 82, Suite 1000
10851 Mastin Boulevard
Overland Park, Kansas 62210-1669

Dear Mr. Hatley:

Letter to University of Alaska re: Disclosure of Education Records to Legislative Audit Division

May 23, 2005

Ms. Ardith Lynch
Associate General Counsel
Office of the General Counsel
University of Alaska
PO Box 755160
Fairbanks, Alaska 99775-5610

Dear Ms. Lynch:

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