July 23, 2016 Court, U.S., Youth & Schools
Matt Sanctis reports:
The Ohio Supreme Court ruled Thursday that the Springfield City School District must release student directory data after a Columbus advocacy group alleged the district used its records policies to deny information to organizations it opposed.
The justices ruled former Springfield Superintendent David Estrop abused his discretion when he refused to release records that included student names and addresses to School Choice Ohio. The information falls within limitations specified in a consent form sent to parents, the justices ruled, and it wouldn’t violate the federal Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act.
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