A CDE Definition
(Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act) Enacted in 1974, FERPA is a U.S. law that protects student records in institutions that receive funds from the U.S. Department of Education. It stipulates who may view or amend the records, which include grades, enrollment and billing.
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