Privacy Rules Must be Tempered by Common Sense

Simply put, college presidents and administrators live in fear of violating the privacy provisions of the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA). It is also ironic that FERPA is the very same act the NCAA and its member schools abuse for their own benefit — using the act to shield from public view the academic corruption that not only allows them to recruit and roster academically unqualified blue-chip athletes requisite to fielding competitive teams at the NCAA D-1 level, but to sustain the phony “student-athlete’ ruse with its derivative tax-exempt status as well.

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