The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) is a Federal law that protects the privacy of student education records. The law applies to all schools that receive funds under an applicable program of the U.S. Department of Education. FERPA gives parents certain rights with respect to their children's education records. These rights transfer to the student when he or she reaches the age of 18 or attends a school beyond the high school level. Students to whom the rights have transferred are "eligible students."
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Hispanic Heritage Foundation promotes and prepares Latino leaders in the classroom and community. Scholarships are available for Hispanic high school seniors.
IEFA is the premier resource for financial aid, college scholarship and grant information for US and international students wishing to study abroad.
Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund (MALDEF) is a national nonprofit organization whose mission is to protect and promote the civil rights of the millions of Latinos living in the United States.
Scholarship awards are given based on a student’s demonstrated academic achievement, financial need and community involvement. Depending on strategic goals and community needs, participating local RMHC Chapters could specify additional selection criteria.
Med-COR seeks to increase the pool of high school students of color committed to the pursuit of health professional careers. We seek to develop a larger pool of disadvantaged students who are competitively eligible for admission to the most prestigious university programs designed to motivate, academically prepare and commit them to health careers.
High Schools Juniors And Seniors Can Enter To Win A $10,000 Scholarship For Coming Up With 12 Words That We Will Use As Our "Motto, Catchphrase Or Tagline" Contest Ends 12/31/2013
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The Peace First Prize recognizes young people who have confronted injustice, crossed lines of difference, and had the courage and compassion to create lasting change in their schools and communities. Our goal is to share this daring work far and wide, invest in their leadership, and inspire others to make peacemaking a part of their daily lives. Most importantly we want to tell the stories of our nominees – incredible stories of young people leading change. 5-10 Prize winners will each receive a $25,000 Peace First Fellowship over two years to continue their peacemaking work. Through mentoring and coaching, the Peace First Fellowship is a real investment in young people’s ability to take their peacemaking to the next level of action and impact. But more than just recognizing a few individuals, we want to tell the thousands of stories about how young people are changing the world. Applications open on January 6, 2014. Please visit www.peacefirst.org/prize to learn more about our selection process and criteria.