Education Law 2-d and Data Security and Privacy
New York State Education Law 2-d gives you the right to information about how Capital Region BOCES safeguards student and employee data.
- Read the Parents’ Bill of Rights for Data Privacy and Security.
- Learn more about the vendors we work with.
If at any time we learn that student and/or teacher/principal data has been compromised, parents and guardians will be notified, and the data breach will be reported to the New York State Education Department.
A breach is defined as the unauthorized acquisition, access, use, or disclosure of student personally identifiable information (PII) and/or teacher or principal PII by or to a person not authorized to acquire, access, use, or receive the student and/or teacher or principal PII.
Individuals who have concerns or wish to file a complaint about a possible breach or improper disclosure of data may do so using the form below.
Questions about data privacy and security? Contact Data Protection Officer KellyRose Yaeger at firstname.lastname@example.org or 518-862-5239.
Submit an Unauthorized Disclosure/Breach Complaint Form
Please use the following form to file a complaint about a possible breach or improper disclosure of data using this online form. This form is designed for use by Capital Region BOCES parents, eligible students (at least 18 years of age or older), principals, teachers, and other employees.
Please do NOT include any information in this form that would constitute personally identifiable information.