IDEA 2004: Building the Legacy
Part C (birth - 2 years old)
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(iv) “Educational agency or institution” means the
participating agency under §303.404(c);
(v) “School officials and officials of another school
or school system” means qualified personnel or service
coordinators under this part;
(vi) “State and local educational authorities” means
the lead agency under §303.22; and
(vii) “Student” means child under this part.
(c) The lead agency must provide policies and procedures to be used when a parent refuses to provide consent under this section (such as a meeting to explain to parents how their failure to consent affects the ability of their child to receive services under this part), provided
that those procedures do not override a parent’s right to
refuse consent under §303.420.
(Authority: 20 U.S.C. 1417(c), 1439(a)(2), 1439(a)(4), 1442)
(a) Each participating agency must protect the confidentiality of personally identifiable information at the collection, maintenance, use, storage, disclosure, and destruction stages.
(b) One official at each participating agency must assume responsibility for ensuring the confidentiality of