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Protection of Pupil Rights Amendment<
Many laws are in place to protect student information. For this discussion begin by reading Chapter 7, next review the Model Notification of Rights Document Under the PPRA on the US Department of Education Protection of Student Privacy (Links to an external site.) website, and read the scenario below. Answer the discussion question at the end of the scenario using the following chart to determine which legal issue you will focus on when providing your response:
Student’s Last Name
Begins with A-H
Children’s Safety & Personal Records
Begins with I-P
Begins with Q-Z
A local university operates a federally funded preschool offering high quality early education to the children of the university’s faculty and students. A group of graduate students attending the university has requested permission to conduct research on a small sample of the preschool children in the center. They are especially interested in the development of children who have not received immunizations. If the director grants permission for the students to do research, what does he or she need to keep in mind regarding access to the children and their records?
Guided Response: Respond to two peers’ posts whose assigned legal issues are different from yours. Ask a question that will help strengthen their response and provide deeper insight on students’ personal records, families’ rights, and/or school policies.