My point is simply that there has never been an enforcement action for FERPA against any institution of higher education in the history of the legislation. Indeed the only penalty available to the FPCO for the enforcement of FERPA is the total withholding of federal funds.
Next thing you know, the feds be enforcing FERPA.
A nice data visualization will help
It's a chemical used in many crystal-clear hard plastics. Like water bottles and baby bottles. Don't remember what it does to you - rots your brain or something.
could it be?
Senior defense and intelligence officials said Iranian-backed insurgents intercepted the video feeds by taking advantage of an unprotected communications link in some of the remotely flown planes' systems. Shiite fighters in Iraq used software programs such as SkyGrabber — available for as little as $25.95 on the Internet — to regularly capture drone video feeds, according to a person familiar with reports on the matter."
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Don't assume that you can successfully diagnose the problem based on your understanding of the indicators. You don't know my institutional context. Instead, give me a decision support system that I can use by adding rules that key off the monitored indicators and inject some of our own expertise into the diagnostic process.
Yeah, like I'm going to pay any attention to a study by a guy who got his Ph.D. in 1974 whose brain has therefore been declining for at least 35 years...
I'm gonna' need some pliers, and a set of 30 weight ball bearings (it's all ball bearing nowadays) And I'm gonna' need about 10 quarts of antifreeze, preferably Prestone. No, make that Quaker State.
What's bad is that you managed to single-handledly introduce the amazing admin to the slashdot effect.
What's the point of profiles in a web browser when you have fast user switching (and/or whatever MS calls their equivalent function)? Seems like that's the point of a multiuser operating system...
In other news, NASA announced today that a manned mission to Mars is planned to retreive the newly found ice in time for the 2012 Kentucky Derby. NASA plans to upstage Woodford Reserve's famous $1000 Mint Julep at the race with its own $3,000,000 version of the traditional cocktail. While plans are still being firmed up, the beverage will reportedly come in a limited edition collector's glass.