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FERPA on Campus: A Desktop Reference for Disability Service Providers Managing the Privacy of Student Records: A Textbook of FERPA Basics
Price: $28.75
Price: $16.95
Learn the answers to all of your campus' tricky FERPA questions with this comprehensive overview of the law, analysis of key exceptions, and the full text of relevant regulations and ED guidance. This handy pamphlet is an easy-to-follow guide to accompany your training on the privacy of student records.
Managing the Privacy of Student Records: The Leader's Guide Records Management in Higher Education: Ensuring Organization, Efficiency and Legal Compliance
Price: $82.50
Price: $82.45
This must-have resource walks you through facilitating FERPA training at your institution. Develop the expertise to manage student records efficiently and legally!
The FERPA Doctor's Case Book Volume I: Guidance for Postsecondary Registrars and Recordkeepers The FERPA Doctor's Case Book Volume II: Guidance for Postsecondary Registrars and Recordkeepers
Price: $47.95
Price: $51.95
Each chapter details a situation that registrars and staff dealing with student records will no doubt face. This comprehensive sequel to the popular Volume I prepares you for even more FERPA challenges — with 53 all new “what-if” scenarios and guidance from nationally-recognized FERPA expert Richard Rainsberger.
The FERPA Transition: Helping Parents Adjust to Higher Education Records Laws The Registrar's Companion: An Overview of the 11 Federal Laws Every Registrar Should Know
Price: $28.95
Price: $24.95
The FERPA Transition: Helping Parents Adjust to Higher Education Records Laws looks at student records on two levels - how to comply with records laws as well as how to forge positive relationships among the institution, students and their parents. The Registrar's Companion gives you an overview of the top 11 federal laws you encounter every day.
What Would You Do? A Registrar's Guide for Challenging Situations
Price: $24.85
As a university registrar, you don’t usually have the luxury of conferring with your peers at other institutions when a problem arises … until now.
   
 
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