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SPECIAL ED STUDENT RECORDS TO BE DESTROYED

The Department of Education advises the public of their intent to follow the mandates of the Guidelines for the Management of Student Records. Parents and adult students are informed that their special education records are no longer needed and will be destroyed.
Individuals may need these records for purposes in the future, such as determining Supplement Security Income eligibility, and parents or adult students may wish to maintain copies.
For additional information contact the State Office of Special Education at 776-5802.

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The Department of Education advises the public of their intent to follow the mandates of the Guidelines for the Management of Student Records. Parents and adult students are informed that their special education records are no longer needed and will be destroyed.
Individuals may need these records for purposes in the future, such as determining Supplement Security Income eligibility, and parents or adult students may wish to maintain copies.
For additional information contact the State Office of Special Education at 776-5802.