Privacy of school records: What every special education teacher should know

Hartshorne, Timothy S.; Boomer, Lyman W.
June 1993
Teaching Exceptional Children;Summer93, Vol. 25 Issue 4, p32
Academic Journal
Asesses issues surrounding the privacy of school records in special education institutions. Common information gathered about students; Issues in the disclosure of student records; Requirement on teachers to report known and suspected incidents of child abuse and neglect; Requirement on teachers to safeguard students' educational records; Access to confidential information.


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