Apr 292010
 
 April 29, 2010  Laws, U.S., Youth & Schools

The U.S. Education Department announced on Monday that it would propose new regulations governing student privacy rights in the next several weeks. In an announcement in the Federal Register, the department said that it would revise rules to carry out the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act, with two goals in mind. One would be to “strengthen enforcement” of the law, commonly known as FERPA; the other would be to “clarify” how states can use information from statewide longitudinal data systems to inform policy decisions without running afoul of the student privacy law.

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