TABLE B.1 State Education-Related Provisions for Research with Children and Adolescents (in School Settings) a

State

Provision

Statute

Alabama

None identified

 

Alaska

None identified

 

Arizona

None identified

 

Arkansas

None identified

 

California

School records may be released with written parental consent

Calif. Educ. Code § 49075

Colorado

None identified

 

Connecticut

None identified

 

Delaware

None identified

 

District of Columbia

None identified

 

Florida

School records may be released with written parental consent

Fla. Stat. Ann. § 228.093

Georgia

None identified

 

Hawaii

None identified

 

Idaho

None identified

 

Illinois

School records may be released with dated, written parental consent § 10/6

105 Ill. Comp. Stat. Ann.

Indiana

Student may not be required to participate without prior consent of student or prior written consent of parent

Ind. Code Ann. § 20-10.1-4-15

Iowa

None identified

 

Kansas

School records may not be released without parental consent

Kans. Stat. Ann. § 72-6214

Kentucky

School records may be released with parental consent or eligible student consent

Ky. Rev. Stat. Ann. § 160.720

Louisiana

None identified

 

Maine

None identified

 

Maryland

None identified

 

Massachusetts

None identified

 

Michigan

School records cannot be revealed by witness in court without parental consent

Mich. Comp. Laws Ann. § 600.2165

Minnesota

None identified

 

Mississippi

None identified

 

Missouri

School records cannot be released without written parental consent

Mo. Rev. Stat. § 167.020

Montana

School officials will notify sender that records cannot be released without written parental consent

Mont. Rev. Code § 20-1-213

Nebraska

None identified

 

Nevada

School records will not be released without written parental consent

Nev. Rev. Stat. Ann. § 392.029



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