This is a state-by-state guide to each jurisdiction’s law regarding access to juvenile courts. The guide outlines access to juvenile courts and proceedings that determine if a child will be tried as...

This guide for healthcare providers describes the rights of individuals under HIPAA and helps the reader maneuver the legal details of parental/guardian access to child health records given various...

This section of the Health and Human Services (HHS) Web site details relevant privacy and security rules in HIPAA. There are sections on this site that provide details on the HIPAA administrative...

 This Q & A provides information on the impact the Uninterrupted Scholar’s Act has on FERPA and the implications these changes have had on the ability to educational agencies to share...

This Web site presents resources on IDEA, with two discrete sections according to the targeted age group (birth-age 2 or ages 3-21). The site also provides keyword searchable regulations, content...

This Web page provides summaries, guidance, legal analysis, training materials and indicators to measure implementation regarding the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA).  Content...

This Web page has frequently asked questions on qualifications, services, and parent responsibilities, as well as links to other resources regarding Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA...

The Web site offers an introductory online course for front-line workers, and an advanced course for senior policy-makers on confidentiality and communication regarding the Federal Drug and Alcohol...

This guide for school administrators, health care professionals, and others explains the relationship between the FERPA and the HIPAA Privacy Rule. The guide addresses how these two laws apply to...

This map assists practitioners in schools, juvenile justice, mental health, and other social service agencies to share information with one another. The interactive map will direct you to steps in...

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