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What do IDEA and FERPA tell us about Data Sharing?

Webinar Recording

This webinar is a reprisal of a popular session from our 2014 Improving Data, Improving Outcomes conference. Presenters from the U.S. Department of Education share information on current issues and guidance on IDEA and FERPA requirements regarding data sharing and confidentiality. The session includes highlights and recent guidance from the Part B and Part C IDEA regulations, FERPA regulations, and the 2013 Uninterrupted Scholars Act.

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    What do IDEA and FERPA tell us about Data Sharing?
  • Published:
    Dec 1, 2014
  • Authors:
    Frank Miller, Jessica Spataro, Kala Surpenant, Meredith Miceli
  • Organizations:
    U.S. Department of Education
    Family Policy Compliance Office
    Office of Special Education Programs
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  • Topics:
    Privacy and Confidentiality
  • Tags:
    FERPA, IDEA, Data Sharing, Coordinated Early Intervening Services - CEIS, Early Childhood, Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act, 2013 Uninterrupted Scholars Act, IDEA Regulations

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