Owasso v Falvo Court Case

Owasso v Falvo Court Case

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An illustration of what happened during the Owasso v Falvo Court Case.

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  • Exchange papers, we are going to grade them. Then call out the grade to me.
  • It was awful. We took a quiz and I didn't do well on it. Then the teacher had everyone call out the scores, which embarrassed me. Everyone thinks I'm stupid because of how low my grade was.
  • How was school, Phil?
  • The Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) requires schools to keep student records confidential.
  • Can the school really reveal my sons scores to the whole class? He feels terrible that everyone knows his grade.
  • FERPA prevents schools from making student information public without consent. The teacher violated FERPA in allowing students to correct and read aloud the grades of other students.
  • FERPA only applies to final student records. Having students grade each other's work is a teaching technique that has been around for years. It is no different than having a student solve a problem on the board.
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