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Schools are required by federal and state laws to maintain certain records and make these available upon request. the federal Family educational rights and Privacy act (FerPa) and the individuals with disabilities education act (idea) establish the minimum requirements school systems must meet in maintaining, protecting, and providing access to students’ school records.School districts usually require parents to sign a “release of information” form before they will provide copies of school records. Although computers have eliminated some paperwork, such as paper memos, for the most part, forms, reports, and other papers are still needed. Examples include:

  • Student progress reports and parent notices
  • Lesson plans
  • Intervention plans or growth plans


  • Student Registrations
  • Employment Applications
  • Employee Benefits
  • Student Records Registrations
  • Field Trip Permissions
  • Purchase Requisitions
  • Transfer Requests
  • Transcripts
  • Time Cards
  • Report Cards
  • Employee Evaluations
  • Employee Attendance
  • Vacation Requests Records

Target Audiences

  • Colleges
  • Universities
  • Primary & Secondary Institutions
  • Community Colleges
  • Art Schools
  • Design Schools
  • Vocational/Trade Schools

Decision Makers

  • Office Managers
  • Bursar’s Office
  • Purchasing Managers
  • Procurement Managers
  • IT Director/Managers
  • Alumni Affairs
  • Human Resources