IDEA 2004: Building the Legacy
Part C (birth - 2 years old)
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identifiable information under both the FERPA regulations in 34 CFR 99.3, as well as under Part C of the Act, include
the child’s or parent’s name and social security number,
date and place of birth, race, ethnicity, gender, physical description, and disability or level of developmental delay, because some of this information can also indirectly identify an individual depending on the combination of factors and level of detail released.
The definition of personally identifiable information
in 34 CFR 99.3 was the subject of the Department’s December
9, 2008 Final Regulations under FERPA in the Federal Register (73 FR 74805). Given that the confidentiality
provisions in §§303.401 through 303.417 reference other
specific FERPA provisions, we believe it is appropriate to
add in §303.29 a cross-reference to the FERPA definition,
as amended, rather than separately revising the definition in these regulations. Thus, we adopt by reference in
§303.29, with appropriate modifications, the FERPA
definition in §99.3, as amended.
Changes: We have revised the definition of personally
identifiable information in §303.29 to cross-reference the
definition in 34 CFR 99.3, as amended, except that the
terms “student” and “school” mean “child” and “EIS
providers” respectively as used in this part.