Aug 102012
 August 10, 2012  Posted by  Court, Youth & Schools

The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act does not protect records relating to the violation of NCAA rules regarding impermissible benefits received by student-athletes, a North Carolina judge has decided.

In a memo issued Thursday, Superior Court Judge Howard Manning wrote that the University of North Carolina must release the “statements of facts” and reinstatement requests that the school submitted to the NCAA regarding athletes accused of receiving impermissible benefits that resulted in the NCAA declaring the student athlete ineligible for play.

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