Connecticut General Statutes §1-210(b)(17) provides that disclosure is not required of "[e]ducational records which are not subject to disclosure under the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act ? 20 U.S.C. 1232g ?" and a board of education did not violate the Freedom of Information Act by providing requested visitor sign-in logs with the approximately 2000 names redacted when there was no easy way to determine whether the individual signing was a parent, whose names were claimed exempt from disclosure pursuant to C.G.S. §1-210(b)(17), or other visitor, and the complainant previously refused to review or collect records prepared for him.
Richetelli v. Consiglio-Hoin
Freedom of Information Commission
November 26, 2012
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