New Jersey Revised Statutes § 18a:36-35 - Disclosure Of Certain Student Information On Internet Prohibited Without Parental Consent.

18A:36-35 Disclosure of certain student information on Internet prohibited without parental consent.

1.The board of education of each school district and the board of trustees of each charter school that establishes an Internet web site, shall not disclose on that web site any personally identifiable information about a student without receiving prior written consent from the student's parent or guardian on a form developed by the Department of Education. The written consent form shall contain a statement concerning the potential dangers of personally identifiable information about individual students on the Internet.

As used in this act, "personally identifiable information" means student names, student photos, student addresses, student e-mail addresses, student phone numbers, and locations and times of class trips.


18A:36-36 Pupil information, certain, classroom materials; rules.

1. a. A pupil in a public school shall not be required to supply information regarding the pupil's race, ethnicity, migrant status or economically disadvantaged status on any materials distributed in class.

b.Materials distributed to a pupil in a public school shall not include any obvious indicators of the pupil's race, ethnicity, migrant status or economically disadvantaged status; except that the school district may use identification numbers or other methods of identification after the collection of the materials

c.The State Board of Education shall promulgate rules pursuant to the "Administrative Procedure Act," P.L.1968, c.410 (C.52:14B-1 et seq.), to effectuate the provisions of this act.


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