I think you'd get a resounding no to that request. FERPA prohibits disclosing information about students to third parties. And, it doesn't matter if they're not 18 yet. Once they attend a secondary institution (public or private), all rights granted under FERPA transfer exlusively to the student.Is the use of Open Records Act Requests a valid way to find out if specific college classrooms have dual enrollment students? We do, after all, want to know which ones they are in order to follow the law.
You'll have bureaucrats asserting such, certainly. Problem is FERPA protects INDIVIDUALS from disclosure but not statistics or information about groups and patterns containing that individuals data.I think you'd get a resounding no to that request. FERPA prohibits disclosing information about students to third parties. And, it doesn't matter if they're not 18 yet. Once they attend a secondary institution (public or private), all rights granted under FERPA transfer exlusively to the student.
hunh???? So no classrooms or outdoor spaces where classes or "outdoor lectures" ??
Code Section 20-4-37 definitions:You can't read that one excerpt and understand the exclusion. Read the complete bill and its definitions.
(5) â€œCollege and career academyâ€ means a specialized school established as a charter school or pursuant to a contract for a strategic waivers school system or charter system, which formalizes a partnership that demonstrates a collaboration between business, industry, and community stakeholders to advance work force development between one or more local boards of education, a private individual, a private organization, or a state or local public entity in cooperation with one or more postsecondary institutions. A charter school, charter system, or strategic waivers school system contract establishing a college and career academy shall include provisions requiring that the college and career academy have a governing board reflective of the school community and the partnership with decision-making authority and requiring that governing board members complete initial and annual governance training, including, but not limited to, best practices on school governance, the constitutional and statutory requirements relating to public records and meetings, and the requirements of applicable statutes and rules and regulations. - See more at: http://codes.findlaw.com/ga/title-20-education/ga-code-sect-20-4-37.html#sthash.Roh9hQrZ.dpuf
It's not the first stupid thing put in a law. The bar ban was for establishments whose revenues from alcohol were over 51% of their total. How do you know from the outside what their revenue is? We finally got that removed, but we had to live with that idiotic part for a couple of years.Ah, but how are you supposed to know? Are we going to make HS students wear special markers on college campuses? Perhaps a yellow star?