2. The right to know who has access to these records, including the names and positions of staff members.
3. The right to inspect and review all education records pertaining to their child. If the school district maintains education records that include the names of more than one child, parents have the right to view only information pertinent to their child. Records will be made available within ten school days, or within three school days if information is needed to plan for a due process hearing or a PPT meeting.
4. The right to have an explanation and interpretation of their child’s records.
5. The right to acquire one free copy of their child’s special education records. A nominal fee may be charged for additional copies. This request must be honored within five school days. A request for records needed to prepare for a PPT meeting must be copied within three school days.
The school district may not charge a fee to search for or to retrieve information, and any fee charged may not effectively deny parents their rights to inspect and review education records.