Schools may use their judgment in determining whether an unaccompanied minor is responsible enough to exercise certain privileges, such as inspecting and reviewing education records and providing consent for disclosure. 34 CFR § 99.5(b)
FERPA merely binds education institutions that receive federal funding to adopt policies against improper disclosure of student information. It does not affect all disclosure of that information itself. In particular, FERPA would not prevent students or their parents from disclosing their own records or grades.
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