Discuss relevant scenarios and practical tips to better understand how FERPA applies to the everyday work of faculty.
Join us for an online training program that will provide faculty with critical information about FERPA, the federal statute that governs nearly all student records. Beginning with an overview of the FERPA framework, we will address issues that faculty commonly face—often without realizing the implications and risks—including:
If you are searching for relevant scenarios and practical tips for better understanding how FERPA applies to everyday work of faculty, this online training is right for you.
Included in registration is a bonus lesson covering specific nuances of FERPA as it relates to faculty and an accompanying quiz which will provide a chance for you and your team to test your knowledge immediately before or after the webcast. This 20-minute training will cover:
Violating FERPA policies can have serious consequences for your institution. Take the necessary steps to educate your faculty—who have regular access to student educational records—to be FERPA compliant. This online training will most appeal to the following stakeholders:
For the best value, purchase our live site connection and a digital recording to train your entire faculty base.
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After participating in this online training, you will be able to apply FERPA regulations to your everyday work.
Steve is the editor of The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act: A Legal Compendium; the author of articles on FERPA for the Chronicle of Higher Education, Inside Higher Education, and other publications; and a frequent speaker on FERPA. He previously served as associate legal counsel at The Ohio State University.
Steve began his legal career in private practice and has taught at Ohio State’s College of Law and at Capital University Law School. He is a fellow and past member of the board of directors of the National Association of College and University Attorneys.
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