Ruth: My daughter has cystic fibrosis and a 504 Plan at her high school. She is a very bright girl, but is often absent due to her disability/illlness. She is taking 4 AP classes this year, after passing 3 previous AP exams. When she is absent she misses a lot of content, including lectures. We have requested that the school record lectures and make them available to our daughter to view to have equal access to the same material as her classmates/peers. The school district has refused to record the classes/lectures either with video or sound recording on the basis of student privacy. The teachers want to record their lectures, but the administration says “NO,” arguing that a student’s right to privacy outweigh’s my child’s right to equal access. Is this true???