Re: [Discuss-sudbury-model] Fw: [ausschools] AAPAE web site

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Date: Mon Jan 31 09:45:01 2005

Generally speaking, it is assumed that the schools have permission to use the pictures unless otherwise notified. Parents opt out of their child's inclusion in pictures (or video) for whatever reason they may have, religious, safety, privacy etc... and a list is given to staff members of the students who are not to be photographed.

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Is that the same in the United States ?

~ David

new AAPAE web site,

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From: The Booroobin Sudbury Democratic Centre of Learning / Derek Sheppard
Sent: Monday, January 31, 2005 2:02 PM
Subject: Re: [ausschools] AAPAE web site


Please advise what legislation prohibits children's photos being exhibited.

Regards, Derek
The Booroobin Sudbury Democratic Centre of Learning

Eran Segev wrote:

  With regard to images, the legal position is clear for schools - a school cannot use children's photos without parental consent. It is possible that some schools have a parental consent form as part of the enrolment process. Currambena has had one for about a year now. It is not as clear whether we can use photos already published. With my limited knowledge of the relevant laws, I'd say probably not, but we should ask an expert.

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