Ed Law 2-d Regulations (Part 121) Protecting Personally Identifiable Information (PII)
Data Privacy Officer, Todd Winch (516) 434-7600
Ed Law 2-d requires that school districts protect student Personally Identifiable Information (PII)*. Our teachers, students and administrators make use of a variety of digital resources to assist with and enrich the student learning experience. The storing of PII in some systems is essential for their core functionality. For example tracking individual student progress would require PII in order to be effective.
Levittown Public Schools is committed to promoting sound information practices and policies that will strengthen data privacy and security and advance efficient and effective school operations. Compiled on this page are links to a number data related district policies and other resources that may be helpful to parents/guardians and students.
*Personally Identifiable Information (PII) is generally defined as any data from the student records of an educational agency that could potentially be used, alone or in combination with other data elements, to identify a particular student, or teacher or principal annual professional performance review (APPR) data. For more information on FERPA (Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act), which is the federal law that protects the privacy of student education records, go to
If you have a question/concern regarding the districts use of PII or would like to report improper disclosure of PII, please complete the form below. Please do *not* reference any actual PII directly on this form. For example only reference PII by type (i.e. "the student's birth date" etc.)
For more information regarding Ed Law 2-d please see the following sites:
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