I am a school psychologist with a very vigorous administrative hearing schedule. (I average about 50 hours of testimony time a year. Not including prep and expert consultation. I also have some 9th circuit cases pending.)
In my work, I see some pretty terrible ethics violations from Dr. "Buy-a-diagnosis"
Some of these hurt children's education, parents' finances (six figures in one case), and potentially worse in cases of serious psycho-pathology.
Here is my question... is there a way to report the more serious violations to their licensing boards without violating FERPA for that student?
Obviously, parents will not grant me a release to go after someone that conned them into thinking they are trying to help them against the evil school district.
I take some solace in having one's credibility completely impeached on the public record.
However, the money that this guy makes more than makes up for it if his license is not under review.