What is the FERPA
(Family Educational Rights & Privacy Act)?

The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)

Is a law that was passed in the year 1974. This specific law actually oversees who can access a person’s educational records and related information.

In one facet, the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act aids in providing current and former students the right to a certain level of privacy when it comes to their educational records.

Educational institutions may require prior consent...

To fully divulge certain information about a person’s educational history or information. The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act has taken on the WCAG 2.1 AA as guidelines for making sure that websites are authored and structured for web accessibility creating an inclusive manner to work as congruent as possible with those relying on assistive technologies.

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