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14 DE Admin. Code 252
Education Impact Analysis Pursuant To 14 Del.C. Section 122(d)
A. Type of Regulatory Action Required
B. Synopsis of Subject Matter of the Regulation
The Acting Secretary of Education intends to amend 14 DE Admin. Code 252 Required Educational Records and Transfer and Maintenance of Educational Records. This regulation is being amended to clarify the maintenance and transfer of student records as it pertains to private and public schools and educational programs operated by the Department of Services for Children, Youth and Their Families. It also clarifies when the student’s records should be maintained as an original Cumulative Record File and when they are permitted to be copied and transferred.
“Court Orders” shall means any written direction from a court of competent jurisdiction directed to the student or affecting the student’s care or custody.
Delaware School Health Record” shall means the form required by 14 DE Admin Code 811 for Delaware public school students.
“Discipline Record” shall means information about any and all periods of suspension or of expulsion from the regular school setting imposed on a student as a result of an infraction of the school or district’s code of conduct or other rules.
“Emergency/Nursing Treatment Card” shall means the card containing the general emergency information and procedures for the care of a student when the student becomes sick or injured in school as required in 14 DE Admin. Code 811.
“Identifying Data” shall means the name of the student, date of birth, sex, race and ethnicity, address, telephone number, Delaware student identification number and the name of the parent(s), guardian(s) or Relative Caregiver.
“Progress Report” shall means a single record maintained for each student in kindergarten through grade 8 that contains end of year and up to date grades; standardized test(s) scores such as the DSTP or successor state student assessment; and attendance data for each year of the student’s attendance.
“Student Transcript” shall means a single record maintained for each student in grades 9 and above that contains the following: end of year and up to date grades; credits earned; class rank; Grade Point Average (GPA); withdrawal or graduation date; standardized test(s) scores such as the DSTP or successor state student assessment, SAT, PSAT, ACT; attendance data and school activities. If applicable, a list of the career technical competencies achieved by a student enrolled in a specific career technical program shall also be included.
2.1.1 The student Cumulative Record File shall contain the Emergency/Nursing Treatment Card, Identifying Data, School Health Record, Progress Report, Student Transcript (for students in grades 9 and above) and Discipline Record.
2.1.2 The student Cumulative Record File shall also contain any Court Orders in the school or district’s possession, to the extent the school or district maintains such documents for an individual student. and;
2.1.3 In addition, tThe Cumulative Record File for a child with a disability as defined in 14 DE Admin Code 925 or for a child identified under Section 504 shall contain any records related to the identification, evaluation, placement, and provision of a free appropriate public education. Such documents may be collected and maintained separately.
3.1 When a student transfers from a public school, private school or an educational program operated by the Department of Services for Children, Youth and Their Families to any other school in Delaware, the receiving school shall immediately request the Cumulative Record File from the sending school or program.
3.2.1 Public schools, school districts, private schools and educational programs operated by the Department of Services for Children, Youth and Their Families shall promptly transfer a student’s Cumulative Record File upon the request of a receiving school.
4.1 The Delaware School District General Records Retention Schedule published by the Delaware Public Archives shall be followed as to the length of time and special considerations for the maintenance of education records.
4.2 Contracts for storage of student records of graduates, withdrawals and special education students for district storage, shall be initiated between the school district or charter school and the Delaware Public Archives.
5.1 The Delaware School District General Records Retention Schedule published by the Delaware Public Archives shall be followed as to the length of time and special considerations for the destruction of any education records.
Last Updated: December 31 1969 19:00:00.
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