Try getting a job or doing something productive for society instead of sitting on your butt all day, arguing about something that you honestly have no knowledge of.
Unless you are on the inside and work for Carolina you don't have half a clue what this is about and if you've never worked in college athletics you more than likely don't even have 25% of a clue of what this is about.
You and BCD sit here all day and argue over the same regurgitated information from the media that may or may not be factual and yet you have the audacity to smart off at me?
I think you are giving him way too much credit, I don't know that he has brought any kind of information to the conversation.
of course you would assume and that is the point. The institution or agency itself determines who has legitimate educational interests not the teacher or intructor. Even if allowed to view the records they are certainly not allowed to share them with the public. Which she did when she made it possible for students to be personally identified.
Buddy if she lied or broke FERPA rules why has she not been sued? unc has a great team of lawyers so why are they not all over MW?
Holy crap dude!!! She had no authorization to acquire SAT/ACT scores or class enrollment. So, she either acquired this confidential information illegally or is flat out lying, it's the pot calling the kettle black. Then to top it off, she unethically "tweets"...
'05' UNC basketball champs starting 5 +1 took a combined 69 paper classes. truth=transcripts=transparency. A real education= #ncaareform
Really? This is how a concerned educator acts? I mean why not just name the +1, since ya named the 5? She has violated every ethical standard that was bestowed upon her as an educator, not to mention her blatant disregard for FERPA. She calls out UNC for failing to provide a proper education to student-athletes and then turns around to throw her "cause" under the bus. This in itself explains why she never testified at the O'Bannon trial, she would've been exposed as a liar or unethical.
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Says who? FERPA allows "school officials" who are people who have "legitimate educational interest" to access student records and I would assume a person who worked in the Center for Student Success and Academic Counseling and was the instructor for Education 387 and an Advisor in the Graduation Division would fall in that category.
As far as the starting 5 of the '05 team taking paper classes, we already knew that. They were all AFAM majors and there were over 200 paper classes so it's not hard to figure out that they would have had to take some paper classes. It's highly likely they were taking the same paper classes with McCants.