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1

Which of the following best describes the purpose of FERPA?
a. Provide students with control over disclosure and access to their education records
b. Provide students with access to their education records and the right to be forgotten
c. Provide students with access to their education records and the right to make changes to their grades
d. None of the above

a. Provide students with control over disclosure and access to their education records

2

The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 is also known as the:
a. Brady Amendment
b. Buckley Amendment
c. Butler Amendment
d. None of the above

b. Buckley Amendment

3

Under FERPA, students have the right to:
a. Control the disclosure of their education records to others
b. Review and request changes to their education records
c. Receive annual notice of their rights under FERPA
d. All of the above

d. All of the above

4

FERPA provides a channel for filing complaints with the:
a. Department of Commerce
b. Federal Trade Commission
c. U.S. Department of Education
d. All of the above

c. U.S. Department of Education

5

Under FERPA, the definition of “education record” includes which of the following as they relate to the student:
a. Academic records
b. Financial aid records
c. Disciplinary records
d. All of the above

d. All of the above

6

Under FERPA, the definition of “record” includes which of the following as they relate to the student:
a. Only computer media
b. Only records formally approved by school advisors
c. Any information about the student recorded in any way, including handwriting, electronically, or otherwise
d. None of the above

c. Any information about the student recorded in any way, including handwriting, electronically, or otherwise

7

Under FERPA, which of the following records is not considered an education record?
a. Applicant records of those not enrolled in the university
b. Applicant records of a student at the university
c. Employment record of a student enrolled and employed at the university
d. All of the above

a. Applicant records of those not enrolled in the university

8

Under FERPA, which of the following records is not considered an education record?
a. Employment record of a student enrolled and employed at the university
b. Alumni records created by the school after the student has graduated
c. Applicant records of a student at the university
d. All of the above

b. Alumni records created by the school after the student has graduated

9

Under FERPA, records not considered education records include:
a. Campus police records created and maintained for law enforcement purposes
b. Employment records, when the employee is not a student at the university
c. Treatment or health records, subject to certain requirements
d. None of the above

d. All of the above are not considered education records

10

Under FERPA, which of the following records is not considered an education record?
a. Grades on peer-graded papers after they have been reviewed and recorded by a faculty member
b. Grades on peer-graded papers after they have been collected and recorded by a university representative
c. Grades on peer-graded papers before they are collected and recorded by a faculty member or university representative
d. All of the above are not considered an education record

c. Grades on peer-graded papers before they are collected and recorded by a faculty member or university representative

11

Under FERPA, “directory information” is:
a. Narrowly defined as name, field of study, and honors received
b. Broadly defined to include information that would not be generally considered an invasion of privacy or harmful if disclosed
c. Defined as determined entirely by the university based on their own policies
d. None of the above

b. Broadly defined to include information that would not be generally considered an invasion of privacy or harmful if disclosed

12

Under FERPA, disclosure of education records is permitted without the student’s consent for:
a. Information that is not “personally identifiable”
b. “Directory information” that has not been blocked by the student
c. When a statutory exception applies, such as for health or safety purposes
d. All of the above

d. All of the above

13

Under FERPA, before a school can define directory information and begin using it as such, it must:
a. Provide students with an opportunity to opt-in
b. Give students 30-days-notice that their information will be published in a directory
c. Provide students with an opportunity to opt-out
d. None of the above

c. Provide students with an opportunity to opt-out

14

Which of the following is a valid student consent to disclosure under FERPA?
a. Signed by the student (by hand or electronically), dated and written
b. Dated email notification with no requirement for student signature
c. Dated letter in the mail with no requirement for student response
d. None of the above

a. Signed by the student (by hand or electronically), dated and written

15

Which of the following is not required to be included in a valid student consent to disclosure under FERPA?
a. Records to be disclosed
b. The date the disclosure will be made
c. Reason for the disclosure
d. To whom the disclosure is being made

b. The date the disclosure will be made

16

Under FERPA, the definition of “personally identifiable information” includes which of the following?
a. Student’s and family members’ names and addresses
b. Personal identifiers such as TIN, Student ID Number, and DOB
c. Other information, that alone or in combination, can be linked to a student to identify them with reasonable certainty
d. All of the above

d. All of the above

17

Which of the following is not included as a FERPA exception to the consent requirements?
a. Disclosure in connection with financial aid for which the student did not apply
b. Disclosure to school officials with “legitimate educational interest” in the records
c. Disclosure to educational institutions the student plans to attend, enroll in, or is currently enrolled in
d. Disclosure to organizations performing research studies on behalf of educational institutions

a. Disclosure in connection with financial aid for which the student did not apply

18

Which of the following is not included as a FERPA exception to the consent requirements?
a. Disclosure to accrediting organizations
b. Disclosure to alleged victim of forcible or nonforcible sex offense
c. Disclosure to organizations who offer credit card specials for students with good grades
d. Disclosure of information related to sex offenders

c. Disclosure to organizations who offer credit card specials for students with good grades

19

Which of the following is not included as a FERPA exception to the consent requirements?
a. Disclosure to a person or entity that is verified as the party that provided or created the record
b. Disclosure to law enforcement or to otherwise comply with a judicial order or subpoena
c. Disclosure to appropriate parties in connection with a health or safety emergency
d. All of the above are FERPA exceptions

d. All of the above are FERPA exceptions

20

When a student requests their record from an educational institution under FERPA, the school must respond:
a. Within 30 days of the request
b. Within 45 days of the request
c. Within 10 days of the request
d. None of the above

b. Within 45 days of the request

21

Protection of Pupil Rights Amendment (PPRA) provides written consent rights to parents of minors prior to participation in any federally funded survey, analysis, or evaluation related to which of the following areas?
a. Political affiliation
b. Mental and psychological problems that may be potentially embarrassing
c. Sex behavior and attitudes
d. All of the above

d. All of the above

22

The Protection of Pupil Rights Amendment (PPRA) to the FERPA applies to:
a. All post-secondary schools that receive federal funding
b. All elementary and secondary schools, regardless of whether they receive federal funding
c. All elementary and secondary schools that receive federal funding
d. Only a and c

c. All elementary and secondary schools that receive federal funding

23

If a student is denied the opportunity to amend a record, under FERPA:
a. The student is required to be allowed a hearing
b. The student may seek resolution through law enforcement
c. The student may file a private right of action
d. All of the above

a. The student is required to be allowed a hearing

24

Protection of Pupil Rights Amendment (PPRA) does not provide written consent rights to parents of minors prior to participation in any federally funded survey, analysis, or evaluation related to which of the following categories?
a. Income (other than by law to determine program eligibility)
b. Religious practices
c. Age and grade level
d. All of the above

c. Age and grade level

25

Protection of Pupil Rights Amendment (PPRA) provides written consent rights to parents of minors prior to participation in any federally funded survey, analysis, or evaluation related to which of the following areas?
a. Illegal, antisocial, self-incriminating and demeaning behavior
b. Critical appraisals of individuals
c. Legally recognized privileged relationships
d. All of the above

d. All of the above

26

Under PPRA, if the survey, analysis, or evaluation that includes the areas covered is not federally funded, what must be provided to parents of minor prior to the student’s participation?
a. Opt-out
b. Opt-in
c. Written consent
d. None of the above

a. Opt-out

27

The purpose of the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001, was to further broaden PPRA to:
a. Limit the disclosure of student activities
b. Limit the disclosure of the student’s family’s activities
c. Limit the collection and disclosure of student survey information
d. All of the above

c. Limit the collection and disclosure of student survey information

28

The No Child Left Behind Act of 2001, requires schools to:
a. Enact policies concerning the collection, disclosure or use of students’ personal information for commercial uses
b. Allow parents to access and inspect surveys and other commercial instruments prior to administration to students
c. Provide advance notice to parents about the timing of surveys
d. All of the above

d. All of the above

29

Which of the following is not a requirement of the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001?
a. Provide parents the right to opt out of surveys or other sharing of student information for commercial purposes
b. Prevent parents from access or inspection of surveys about student behavior administered by a federally funded school
c. Enact policies concerning the collection, disclosure, or use of students’ personal information for commercial uses
d. Provide parents advance notice about the approximate date when surveys involving the student’s personal information will occur

b. Prevent parents from access or inspection of surveys about student behavior administered by a federally funded school

30

Which of the following is not correct regarding regulations that govern federally funded schools and private schools for personal health information?
a. Privacy of a student’s information who visits the school nurse of a federally funded elementary or secondary school is covered under HIPAA
b. Privacy of a student’s information who visits the school nurse of a federally funded elementary or secondary school is covered under FERPA
c. Privacy of a student’s information who visits the school nurse of a private elementary or secondary school that does not receive federal funding is covered under HIPAA
d. None of the above are correct

a. Privacy of a student’s information who visits the school nurse of a federally funded elementary or secondary school is covered under HIPAA