Avoid FERPA Violations in the Classroom: Guidelines to Remain Compliant
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FERPA regulations are confusing for even the most experienced faculty member. Educators must adhere to FERPA privacy rules in and out of the classroom. Violations can be costly to your university. Have your toughest questions answered and gain clear insight into FERPA regulations. Join us for this highly-informative, 60-minute webinar where you will discover:
The most up-to-date FERPA guidelines to ensure student privacy
Rules about disclosing information to parents, spouses & third parties
FERPA considerations with grading, online classes & communication
What can you do if a student is considered in a crisis or dangerous
Real life FERPA examples & how faculty can remain compliant
Student Records, Faculty & FERPA: Guidelines to Ensure Student Privacy
The most up-to-date FERPA regulations & how they relate to faculty
What is the regulatory definition of student information & disclosure
The impact on faculty if a student restricts access to contact information
How to respond to parents & third parties requesting student info
FERPA in the Classroom: Remain Compliant & Clear Up the Confusion
What to keep in mind when grading & posting results
Recommendation letters: FERPA considerations for faculty
Do's & don'ts to avoid a violations with online & hybrid classes
Key information to include in a student's educational record
Specific Real-Life Scenarios: What to Do & What Not to Do
Steps to minimize breaches of confidential information when using email
What rights do faculty have if they suspect a student is violent or in crisis
How to remain compliant when disposing confidential information
Tips to navigate the rights of students, parents & school officials
Interactive Q&A- Have your questions answered by the expert!
About The Speaker
Khaliah Barnes is the EPIC (Electronic Privacy Information Center) Administrative Law Counsel. Ms. Barnes has submitted extensive administrative agency comments on a variety of issues, including domestic surveillance, student privacy, medical privacy, and open government.
She has provided commentary to local and national media, including CBS This Morning, NPR, and Time Magazine.
Khaliah is a member of the Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice Section of the American Bar Association.
Ms. Barnes coordinates EPIC's Student Privacy Project, where she defends student privacy rights in federal court, writes on contemporary student privacy issues, and has testified on the need to safeguard student records.
Join us for this 60-minute webinar to discover how faculty can remain fully compliant with FERPA in the classroom, while avoiding penalties and protecting student privacy.