Yes, FERPA §99.31(a)(1)(i)(A) specifically permits the disclosure of such information to “other school officials, including teachers,” within the school provided they “have legitimate educational interests.”
Articles in this section
- Does FERPA even apply to my high school?
- What's the difference between a FERPA Release and a FERPA Waiver?
- Do I need a signed FERPA Release to send transcripts and recommendations to colleges?
- What are the issues for counselors and teachers if a student does not provide a FERPA Waiver?
- Why is SCOIR’s release and waiver language different than The Common Application’s?
- Who needs to sign the FERPA Release and FERPA Waiver - student, parent or both?
- Is it OK for teachers who are providing letters of recommendation to see students’ GPAs, standard test scores, and/or transcripts without first obtaining a release?
- Does SCOIR’s electronic signature on the FERPA Release and FERPA Waiver constitute a valid signature?