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If a child has epilepsy, a statement from the child's physician containing information specifying the name and purpose of the medication to be administered in the event of a seizure, as well as the prescribed dosage and method of administration etc., shall be provided to the school by the child's guardian. The statement will also include detailed seizure symptoms, including normal frequency and duration of each episode. In cases when emergency antiseizure medication is administered, the school shall retain all records relating to the incident; the school must also notify the parent/guardian, the credentialed school nurse, and the district superintendent that emergency antiseizure medication has been administered.

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The Legislature intends to make statewide longitudinal education data available and accessible to researchers so they may evaluate the effectiveness of instructional materials, strategies, and approaches for educating different types of pupils in a manner that complies with federal and state privacy laws, including the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 2001 (FERPA). It is the intent of the Legislature to make pupil data available to qualified researchers from nonprofit organizations while appropriately protecting the privacy of individual pupils. [This law is effective until July 1, 2013, and as of January 1, 2014, is repealed, unless a later enacted statute deletes or extends that date.]

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(d)(3) If a pupil is expelled or leaves the charter school without graduating or completing the school year for any reason, the charter school shall notify the superintendent of the school district of the pupil's last known address within 30 days, and shall, upon request, provide that school district with a copy of the cumulative record of the pupil, including a transcript of grades or report card, and health information. This paragraph applies only to pupils subject to compulsory full-time education pursuant to Section 48200.

Keywords:
student, redisclosure
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(e)(7) Foster children who transfer to a new school shall be immediately enrolled, even if they have not met the requirements (e.g., provision of academic records, medical records, etc.) for enrollment. The educational liaison for foster children for the new school shall, within two business days of the foster child's request for enrollment, contact the school last attended by the foster child to obtain all academic and other records. The school liaison for the old school shall provide all records to the new school within two business days of receiving the request.

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School districts shall establish, maintain, and destroy pupil records in accordance with the State Board of Education regulations. Pupil records shall include the pupil's health record.

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A record must be maintained for each pupil's record documenting who request and receives information from the pupil record and the reason for such.

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When a pupil transfers school districts, to a private school, or from a private school, the school district or private school shall transfer the pupil's permanent record or a copy of the record upon request from the new school district or private school. The parent of the pupil must be notified of the transfer and her right to receive a copy of the record and to challenge the contents of the record.

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Upon receiving a transfer request from a county placing agency, the local education agency shall transfer the pupil in foster care out of school and transfer the pupil's records and educational information to the next educational placement.

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After reviewing a pupil's record, the parent or guardian of the pupil may challenge the content of the record on the basis that it is: 1) Inaccurate; (2) An unsubstantiated personal conclusion or inference; (3) A conclusion or inference outside of the observer's area of competence; (4) Not based on the personal observation of a named person with the time and place of the observation noted; (5) Misleading; (6) In violation of the privacy or other rights of the pupil. The parent must submit a written request to the district superintendent to correct or remove information in the record which the parent finds to be inaccurate, an inference or unsubstantiated, not based on an observation of the named person, misleading, or in violation of the privacy rights or other rights of the pupil.

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If the school district superintendent denies the allegations, the pupil's parent may appeal to the school district's governing board. Administrative proceeding records regarding the appeal shall be confidential and destroyed one year after the governing board makes a decision.

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