Aug 202017
 
 August 20, 2017  Featured News, Laws, U.S., Youth & Schools

Governor Andrew Cuomo has signed legislation putting into place additional protections for students and expanding anti-tampering laws to prohibit unlawful alteration of any official student record in any primary, intermediate, high school or college in the state.

“These records can set the course for a student’s entire future and New York must make every effort to protect their integrity and privacy,” Cuomo said. “With this law, we are ensuring protections under the law keep pace with our evolving education system and authorities have the tools they need to protect New Yorkers.”

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