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Volume 3, Issue 1 (1974)

Legal Aspects of Student Records

pp. 32—43

Student records have become increasingly more personal, while the demands for access to this information have increased. The question of releasing or not releasing pupil information has become a running debate among school personnel. Some persons argue that parents or guardians should be given all the information concerning their children, with test scores being interpreted by specialists. Others argue that this should not be done, realizing that not all test scores are valid or accurate.

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