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Legal Risks of Your Schools' Social Platforms
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Attorney Schurin to Present on Investigation Procedures Before Connecticut Association of Schools
Connecticut State Department of Education Issues New Transgender Student Guidance
March 24 Webinar:  Updates on Title IX and School Expulsions
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U.S. Department of Education Clarifies That Video Recording Virtual Lessons and Making Them Available to Students Does Not Violate FERPA and Provides Other Advice on FERPA Compliance in the Age of Virtual Learning
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Teach On! Remote Group Instruction, Student Privacy, and FERPA in the Age of the Coronavirus
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Student E-Mails, FERPA and FOIA: What School Districts Must Disclose (and When)?
Does Providing A Parent With The Surveillance Video Of A School Incident And/Or Student Statements About The Incident That Involved Multiple Students Violate FERPA?
Who is Considered A Parent For Purposes of Accessing School Records?
Undocumented Immigrants, The Schools And The Obligations To Cooperate With “ICE”
Let's Go To The Videotape: Can School Security Videos Be Subject To Disclosure Under FOIA?
Recording Special Education Team Meetings: Three Reasons Why Your School District Should Have a Written Policy
School District's Refusal to Release Bullying Investigation Report Upheld
What is the Difference Between FERPA and PPRA? Protecting Student Privacy and Confidential Education Records

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