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A teacher who accepts a gift worth less than from a student or parent during the school year must file a disclosure if she will continue to teach the student during the rest of the year and the gift is valuable enough that it might create an appearance that she would unduly favor the student.
The form that should be used for such a disclosure is the Receipt of Gift Valued at Less than Disclosure.
Sections 6 and 19 of the law prohibit teachers from participating in any matter in which they have a personal financial interest.These forms are available on the website at State Employee Disclosure Forms.Teachers employed by a school district should use the Financial interest disclosure form for appointed municipal employees..header__3OBc H.wrapper__36h [email protected] (min-width:71rem) Nav__1Sh [email protected] (min-width:500px)@media (min-width:71rem)Nav__1Sh Ab.visible__2m RGs.section__1Mi Zw.section Title__2XZFa.community Section__2j Nz S.community Section__2j Nz S .section Items__1t Eq P.community Section__2j Nz S .section Items__1t Eq P .link__HCunz.section Links Section__2Pxj Q.other Links Section__3Q5VU.other Links Section__3Q5VU .section Items__1t Eq P.other Links Section__3Q5VU .section Items__1t Eq P .link__HCunz.Public school teachers – teachers who work for school districts, regional schools, and charter schools -- are subject to the conflict of interest law, G. Teachers and other public employees may accept gifts that are worth less than , but they have to disclose in writing the fact that that they have done so if, based on the circumstances, a reasonable person would think that the teacher might unduly show favor to the giver or the giver’s child because of the gift. A single class gift worth up to 0, or several class gifts during the school year with a total value up to 0, may be given.