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FERPA

Read: New FERPA Guidance Released by Dept. of Ed. Amidst Confusion

New FERPA Guidance Released by Dept. of Ed. Amidst Confusion

The guidance includes responses to 37 FAQs regarding schools’ and districts’ responsibilities under the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA).

Read: ACLU Arizona: Color Coded ID Badges Shame Students with Poor Grades

ACLU Arizona: Color Coded ID Badges Shame Students with Poor Grades

Upperclassmen at Mingus Union High School who have fallen behind academically have to wear the same color badges as lowerclassmen.

Read: Hacked! The 21 Most Devastating Cyber Attacks of 2018

Hacked! The 21 Most Devastating Cyber Attacks of 2018

Here are some of the most serious cyber attacks from 2018, as well as ways to protect yourself and your organization.

Read: Highlights from the Final Report of the Federal Commission on School Safety

Highlights from the Final Report of the Federal Commission on School Safety

Don’t have time to read the 180-page Federal Commission on School Safety final report? Here’s what’s important for school security professionals to know.

Read: Inspector General Finds Missteps in Dept. of Ed.’s Handling of FERPA

Inspector General Finds Missteps in Dept. of Ed.’s Handling of FERPA

An audit by the U.S. Dept. of Ed.’s Inspector General found their own office liable for not handling FERPA complaints in a timely and effective manner.

Read: Campuses Must Balance Security Technology with Privacy and Civil Rights

Campuses Must Balance Security Technology with Privacy and Civil Rights

A campus adopting any type of new security technology must not only investigate its benefits, but also its vulnerabilities and potential for abuse.

Read: 10 Cybersecurity Travel Tips For The Holidays

10 Cybersecurity Travel Tips For The Holidays

Officials with access to sensitive information should keep these ten cybersecurity travel tips in mind to ensure a breach-free holiday season.

Read: 8 Ways to Detect Terrorism on a College Campus

8 Ways to Detect Terrorism on a College Campus

Knowing the signs and having a strong threat assessment process to address potential threats can help prevent terrorism on college campuses.

Read: WSU Stolen Hard Drive Contained Over One Million People’s Personal Data

WSU Stolen Hard Drive Contained Over One Million People’s Personal Data

The stolen hard drive contained information such as Social Security numbers and personal health information.

Read: Durham Board of Education Strengthens Policy Protecting Immigrant Students

Durham Board of Education Strengthens Policy Protecting Immigrant Students

The changes overlap with the announcement of the Trump administration’s plan to extend the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.

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