(1) The types and location of information contained in the permanent and
temporary school student records;
(2) The right to inspect and copy permanent and temporary school
student records and the cost of copying such records;
(3) The right to control access to and release of school student records
and the right to request a copy of information released;
(4) The rights and procedures for challenging the contents of school
student records that may be inaccurate, misleading or improper;
(5) The persons, agencies or organizations having access to the school
student records without parental informed written consent;
(6) The right to copy any school student record or information contained
therein which is proposed to be destroyed or deleted and the school’s
schedule for reviewing and destroying such information;
(7) The categories of information the school has designated as “directory
information” and the right of the parent(s) to prohibit the release of
(1) A judge of the circuit court and members of the staff of the court
designated by the judge;
(2) Parties to the proceedings under the Juvenile Court Act of 1987 and
(3) Probation officers and court-appointed advocates for the juvenile
authorized by the judge hearing the case;
(4) Any individual, public or private agency having custody of the child
pursuant to court order;
(5) Any individual, public or private agency providing education, medical
or mental health service to the child when the requested information
is needed to determine the appropriate service or treatment for the
(6) Any potential placement provider when such release is authorized by
the court for the limited purpose of determining the appropriateness
of the potential placement;
(7) Law enforcement officers and prosecutors;
(8) Adult and juvenile prisoner review boards;
(9) Authorized military personnel; or
(10) Individuals authorized by court.
(2) Academic transcripts;
(3) Attendance record;
(4) Accident and health reports;
(5) Scores received on the Prairie State Achievement Examination; and
(6) lnformation pertaining to release of this record.
(2) School-sponsored activities and athletics.
(2) Achievement test results, including scores on the Illinois Standards
(3) Any DCFS final reports finding that a student is an indicated victim of
physical or sexual abuse; and
(4) lnformation pertaining to release of this record.
(2) Intelligence and aptitude scores;
(3) Psychological reports;
(4) Participation in extracurricular activities;
(5) Honors and awards;
(6) Teacher anecdotal records;
(7) Special education files;
(8) Verified reports or information from non-educational persons, agencies or organizations; and
(9) Other verified information of clear relevance to the student’s education
20 U.S.C. Â§Â§ 1232g (Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act), 20
U.S.C. Â§Â§ 1412 (State eligibility), 1413 (local educational agency
34 C.F.R. Â§Â§ 300.127,300.560-576, 300.740.
34 C.F.R. Part 99.
105 ILCS 1011 et seq.; 740 ILCS 110/1 et seq.; 50 ILCS 20511 et seq.
23 111. Admin. Code Subpart K and Â§Â§ 226.50 (requirements for
FAPE), 226.75 (definitions), 226.220 (factors in development of
the IEP), 226.740 (records; confidentiality).
23 111. Admin. Code Part 375 (student records).