Oct 152012
 
 October 15, 2012  Laws, Youth & Schools

Jill Riepenhoff reports:

To shed light on public records being held secret by many U.S. colleges, the Student Press Law Center is urging students everywhere to flood their schools with requests to see their own education records.

The goal of the campaign is to show what the center’s director says is hypocrisy by colleges in their application of the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act. Frank LoMonte says they are hiding non-academic records from the public but not including them in students’ academic files.

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