Jan 022015
 
 January 2, 2015  Posted by  Laws, Youth & Schools

Samantha Watkins reports:

Even as the Department of Education hammers colleges to be more transparent in their handling of sexual-assault allegations, it’s helping schools to legally hide their investigations from public scrutiny.

That’s because the agency takes a broad view of the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), arguing that the student-privacy law shields “disciplinary records” from disclosure – including how schools have treated students accused of sexual assault.

Read more on The College Fix.

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