Education Predefined Policies

Aggressive Behavior

Version 1

Phrases and words suggestive of aggressive intent. The first version of this policy can be edited. The policy matches two scenarios:

  • Any word or phrase on a specified list of aggressive words and phrases followed by me, myself, her, him, you, them or it all.
  • Any phrase on a secondary list of phrases with aggressive context

Version 2

Mirrors the first version of the policy but the regular expression cannot be edited for the purpose of producing fewer false positives.

The following phrases can NOT be present in the same document for Aggressive Behavior (v2):

Martin Luther King, MLK, Mice, Little Rock, Mockingbird, Romeo, Juliet, Kill a Mockingbird, Harper Lee, Tom Sawyer, Mark Twain, Huckleberry Finn, essay, chapter, unit, project, book, report, study guide, assignment, Uncle Tom's Cabin, A Raisin in the Sun, Presentation, Persuasive, Dictionary, Lesson, Bibliography, Research, Assessment

Discriminatory Content

Discriminatory Content

Version 1

Identifies language deemed homophobic or racist based on a list of phrases and words.

Version 2

Mirrors the first version of the policy but the regular expression cannot be edited for the purpose of producing fewer false positives.

The following phrases can NOT be present in the same document Discriminatory Content (v2):

Martin Luther King, MLK, Mice, Little Rock, Mockingbird, Romeo, Juliet, Kill a Mockingbird, Harper Lee, Tom Sawyer, Mark Twain, Huckleberry Finn, essay, chapter, unit, project, book, report, study guide, assignment, Uncle Tom's Cabin, A Raisin in the Sun, Presentation, Persuasive, Dictionary, Lesson, Bibliography, Research, Assessment

Extreme Inappropriate Language

Identifies language deemed extremely inappropriate based on a list of words and phrases.

Extreme Inappropriate Language (v2)

Mirrors the first version of the policy but the regular expression cannot be edited for the purpose of producing fewer false positives.

The following phrases can NOT be present in the same document for Extreme Inappropriate Language (v2):

Martin Luther King, MLK, Mice, Little Rock, Mockingbird, Romeo, Juliet, Kill a Mockingbird, Harper Lee, Tom Sawyer, Mark Twain, Huckleberry Finn, essay, chapter, unit, project, book, report, study guide, assignment, Uncle Tom's Cabin, A Raisin in the Sun, Presentation, Persuasive, Dictionary, Lesson, Bibliography, Research, Assessment

Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)

FERPA protects the release of and access to records directly related to students. The policy searches for potential FERPA-protected content such as transcripts, disciplinary records, tuition bills, student IDs, etc. within 100 terms of the following keywords:

Name

Student ID

Address

DOB

Date of Birth

Parent/Guardian

Individualized Education Plan (IEP)

Identifies IEPs which contain sensitive information. The policy requires the following be found:

  • Person Name- can be found anywhere in the document
  • One of the following terms:

Individualized Education Plan

Individualized Education Program

IEP

504 plan

  • Be within 100 terms of one of these keywords:

Name

First Name

Last Name

Objectionable Content

Identifies language in words or phrases considered offensive and cannot be edited.

The following phrases can NOT be present in the same document for Objectionable Content:

Martin, MLK, Mice, Little Rock, Mockingbird, Romeo, Juliet, Kill a Mockingbird, Harper Lee, Tom Sawyer, Mark Twain, Huckleberry Finn, essay, chapter, unit, project, book, report, study guide, assignment, Uncle Tom's Cabin, A Raisin in the Sun, Presentation, Persuasive, Dictionary, Lesson, Bibliography, Research, Assessment

Self Harm

Version 1

Phrases and words suggestive of inflicting self-harm. The first version of this policy can be edited. The policy matches two scenarios:

  • Any of the following keywords and phrases followed immediately by me, myself, her, him, you, them or it all:

burn

carve

cut

cuts

cutting

hang

kill

slit

OR

  • Any phrase or word on a secondary list of phrases with self-harm context
    Proximity keywords (must be within 100 terms of the match):

help

feel

depressed

angry

crying

aggressive

suicidal

pissed

suicide

die

started

stopd

stopped

stop

blood

fucking

fucked

fuck

kill

mental

years

friend

friends

friend's

myself

mate

mates

mate's

mad

paranoid

wrist

wrists

vein

addiction

addict

addicted

habit

habbit

Version 2

Mirrors the first version of the policy but the regular expression cannot be edited for the purpose of producing fewer false positives.

The following phrases can NOT be present in the same document for Self Harm (v2):

Martin Luther King, MLK, Mice, Little Rock, Mockingbird, Romeo, Juliet, Kill a Mockingbird, Harper Lee, Tom Sawyer, Mark Twain, Huckleberry Finn, essay, chapter, unit, project, book, report, study guide, assignment, Uncle Tom's Cabin, A Raisin in the Sun, Presentation, Persuasive, Dictionary, Lesson, Bibliography, Research, Assessment

US Student Loan Application Information

Identifies personal finance information held by organizations in relation to loans, credit, financial aid, etc by searching for the following keywords:

student loan information

student financial aid

grant information

payment history

loan application

Updated 11 months ago

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