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Alondra Janicek says:

Under “Behavioral Requirement or Educational Program” it may be useful to quantify how long the papers are with a range (ex: 3-12 pages).

Anonymous says:

The situations in which deferral would be granted, or at least examples of those instances, should be more clearly delineated. That way, students will know what they need to show if they believe their parents knowing would be unsafe/counterproductive.

Alondra Janicek says:

Under “Parental Notification,” I think it may be useful to define what “deferral” means to make it more clear to the students.

Hasan Pyarali says:

The language on this sounds good, there should be in my opinion as many exemptions as possible made available so that this step is rarely taken.