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Tennessen and Data Release

The Tennessen Warning Notice is a warning/notice that must be given to a student prior to collecting their data so that they can make an informed decision about giving information to a government agency.

ABE programs should develop their own Tennessen Warning wording (in partnership with their legal departments) and present this to each students before collecting information for registration. 

The checkbox on the data system signifies that the program delivered the warning/notice to the student.

 

A data release is signed consent that a student gives a program which allows the program to share information with other entities.  
ABE programs should develop their own data release documents. 

The checkbox on the data system signifies that there is a signed release on file at the program. 

 

 

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