IDEA 2004: Building the Legacy
Part C (birth - 2 years old)
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under §§303.401 through 303.417 would not be available to
agencies responsible for the care of infants and toddlers not residing at home or to the employees of such agencies.
Comment: One commenter requested that we clarify the word
“broader” as used in proposed §303.401(b)(1), regarding
Discussion: Proposed §303.401(b)(1) stated that the Part C
confidentiality procedures are consistent with, but broader than, those under FERPA. In some instances the Part C confidentiality procedures differ from the requirements under FERPA (for example, Part C uses the term
“participating agency” and permits States to adopt an opt-
out policy in §303.401(e)). We agree that the phrase “that
are consistent with, but broader than those under” is not
clear; therefore, we have removed the phrase. Additionally, we have removed the last phrase of the
parenthetical “and include additional Part C requirements”
because it is redundant.
Changes: The phrase “that are consistent with, but broader
than those under” and the last phrase of the parenthetical
“and include additional Part C requirements” have been
Comment: One commenter requested that the Department