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A school district is not authorized to permit access to pupil records to any person without written parental consent or under judicial order. However, exceptions exist for those requesting access for legitimate educational interests: school officials and employees of the district, members of a school attendance review board, and certain volunteer aides; officials and employees of other public schools or school systems; authorized representatives of the U.S. Comptroller General, the Secretary of Education, and administrative head of an education agency, state education officials, or the United States Office of Civil Rights; other state and local officials; parents of a pupil 18 years of age or older who is a dependent; a pupil 16 years of age or older or having completed the 10th grade who requests access.

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A school district is not authorized to permit access to pupil records to any person without written parental consent or under judicial order. However, exceptions exist for those requesting access for legitimate educational interests: any judge or probation officer for the purpose of a truancy mediation program or a truancy petition, in which case, a school district releasing pupil information to a judge or probation officer shall inform, or provide written notification to, the parent or guardian of the pupil within 24 hours of the release of the information; and any county placing agency for case management purposes. School districts, county offices of education, and county placing agencies may develop cooperative agreements to facilitate confidential access to and exchange of the pupil information by electronic mail, facsimile, electronic format, or other secure means.

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Service agencies for the developmentally disabled shall implement procedures for providing access to records to recipients, applicants, or their personal representatives.

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The Information Practices Act does not authorize the disclosure of records containing personal information in violation of any other law, except to the subject of such records.

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An optometrist may practice optometry in any health facility or residential facility provided that certain conditions are met, including: (1) the optometrist has a primary business office (separate from the facility) that is available by telephone during normal business hours for access to patient records; (2) the optometrist complies with all state and federal laws regulations regarding maintenance and protection of health records; (3) records are maintained so that the type and extent of services provided to patients are conspicuously disclosed; (4) the records are disclosed to patients at or near the time of services rendered and are maintained in a designated office; (5) information about prescriptions issued to a patient are included in the patient's chart; (6) a copy of any referral or order requesting optometric services for a patient from the health facility's or residential care facility's administrator, director of social services, the attending physician and surgeon, the patient, or a family member shall be kept in the patient's medical record; and (7) the optometrist keeps all necessary records for a minimum of seven years from the date of service in order to disclose fully the extent of services furnished to a patient.

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If there is insufficient evidence to bring an action against a licentiate then all records of the proceedings shall be confidential and not subject to subpoena. If there are no further proceedings conducted to determine the licentiate's ability to practice within five years, then the licensing agency must destroy all records or the proceedings. If there are new proceedings within five years, then the records must be made available to the respondent.

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Parents have an absolute right to access all pupil records related to their children maintained by school districts or private schools. School districts shall implement procedures for providing parents with copies of or access to records.

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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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If a parent provides written consent, a school district may allow the identified person to access pupil records. The recipient of records may not further disclose information without written consent from the parent.

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In the event that official education records cannot be released to the parents for the purpose of transfer, the custodian of the records in the sending state shall prepare and furnish to the parent a complete set of unofficial educational records containing uniform information as determined by the Interstate Commission to the extent feasible. Upon receipt of the unofficial education records by a school in the receiving state, the school shall enroll and appropriately place the student based on the information provided in the unofficial records pending validation by the official records, as quickly as possible.

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