Presentation on theme: "Local Compliance Plan Per FERPA and IDEA. Identify all district staff responsible for maintaining confidentiality of student records. Determine what counts."— Presentation transcript:
Identify all district staff responsible for maintaining confidentiality of student records. Determine what counts as a student record. Locate building student records. List individuals who have access to student records. Identify individuals with whom student record information may be disclosed.
All employees are legally and ethically obliged to safeguard the confidentiality of our students. What are the consequences?
All records, files, documents and other materials containing information directly related to a student; and maintained by our district. Mediums include but are not limited to handwriting, videotape, audiotape, electronic or computer files, film, print, microfilm, and microfiche. Examples
Permanent and Special Service (Yellow files) Central Middle School High School
Parents (usually), students upon turning 18, legitimate educational interest, employees for the purpose of providing FAPE. Record of access in yellow folders must be signed.
Appropriate parties in connection with financial aid Specified officials for audit or evaluation purposes Other schools into which a student is transferring or enrolling Health and safety emergencies Organizations conducting studies for, or on behalf of, the school Accrediting organizations Judicial orders or lawfully issued subpoenas and state and local authorities, within a juvenile justice system, pursuant to specific state law
Local Compliance Plan sspw.dpi.wi.gov/files/sspw/pdf/srconfid.pdf
Who is responsible for confidentiality? Give examples of student records and mediums. Where are building files found? Where can I find Special Service Records? What do I need to do to access those records? Who has access to student records? Give examples of individuals with whom information may be disclosed.
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