25 CFR 42.10 - How must the school communicate individual student rights to students, parents or guardians, and staff?

§ 42.10 How must the school communicate individual student rights to students, parents or guardians, and staff?
Each school must:
(a) Develop a student handbook that includes local school policies, definitions of suspension, expulsion, zero tolerance, and other appropriate terms, and a copy of the regulations in this part;
(b) Provide all school staff a current and updated copy of student rights and responsibilities before the first day of each school year;
(c) Provide all students and their parents or guardians a current and updated copy of student rights and responsibilities every school year upon enrollment; and
(d) Require students, school staff, and to the extent possible, parents and guardians, to confirm in writing that they have received a copy and understand the student rights and responsibilities.
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§ 42.10 How must the school communicate individual student rights to students, parents or guardians, and staff?

Each school must:

(a) Develop a student handbook that includes local school policies, definitions of suspension, expulsion, zero tolerance, and other appropriate terms, and a copy of the regulations in this part;

(b) Provide all school staff a current and updated copy of student rights and responsibilities before the first day of each school year;

(c) Provide all students and their parents or guardians a current and updated copy of student rights and responsibilities every school year upon enrollment; and

(d) Require students, school staff, and to the extent possible, parents and guardians, to confirm in writing that they have received a copy and understand the student rights and responsibilities.