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We often get questions regarding student records, and who has access to them.  Can non-custodial parents get access?  What about privacy concerns?  The area is covered by both state and federal laws.  On the Federal level, FERPA or Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act governs.  The state also has statutes and regulations that protect privacy and assure access to those eligible.

For these and other links on the topic, try our Law about Student Records page.  For a wider ranging compilation, see our page on the Law of Education.

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