Yes and no. You have the federally
guaranteed right to inspect your child's educational records maintained
by the school. You also have the right to request that any records
that are inaccurate or misleading be changed.
You can have the report removed (or amended), but
only based on an argument that it is inaccurate or misleading.
The school may choose to disagree with you. You then would have
to file a complaint and have a hearing.
If you lose at the hearing, you have the right to
add a parent-amendment to the record with your explanation of
why the record is inaccurate or misleading. By law, this amendment
must remain with the record.
The federal law that gives you these rights is FERPA
(Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act). Please refer to this
website for more information: http://www.ed.gov/policy/gen/guid/fpco/ferpa/index.html
Additionally, you will probably have some rights
under state regulations. The state regulations cannot give you
less rights, but may give you additional rights, so it is almost
always for your advantage to look what the state regulation says.