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> A full-service site for career planners: My Next Move
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US Department of Education Federal Student Aid: FAFSA
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Morgan Hill Concerned Parents Assn. v. Cal. Dept. of Ed. Notice
The California Department of Education ("CDE") has requested that local educational agencies throughout the State post the following link to CDE's website to provide parents notice of the disclosure of student records pursuant to a Court Order issued in a lawsuit filed by the Morgan Hill Concerned Parents Association and the Concerned Parent Association against the CDE. (Case No. 2:11-cv-3471-KJM-AC). The CDE website provides a Notice for your review and an Objection Form should you wish to object to the disclosure of your child's personally identifiable information.
If you have any questions please visit CDE's website or contact CDE at (916) 319-0800.