Do privacy laws compromise student safety?

05/4/2009 | Salt Lake Tribune (Utah), The

Utah privacy laws may make it difficult for special educators and administrators to keep parents informed when their children are hurt or threatened by others with disabilities. While children without disabilities can report such incidents to parents themselves, children with special needs often cannot. Some parents say schools should be required to inform parents about such incidents so they can better manage the resulting behavioral changes.

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