FERPA Compliance

FERPA - Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act

The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) was drafted to protect the confidentiality of student educational records. It applies to all schools and educational agencies which receive federal funding. The Act gives students the right to view their education records, raise requests for corrections, and prevent the release of personal information. Education records may be viewed only by certain parties defined in the Act. Educational institutes must adopt controls to prevent unauthorized access; these controls may be physical, technological, or administrative. The reports in this section form a sound technological basis to show that your confidential data is protected from unauthorized accesses or attacks.

FERPA compliance report

Section 99.31 (a)(1)(ii)

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