Before transacting any business, each state instructional materials reviewer shall
make an affidavit, to be filed with the department, that:
(1) The reviewer will faithfully discharge the duties imposed upon him or her.
(2) The reviewer has no interest in any publishing or manufacturing organization that
produces or sells instructional materials.
(3) The reviewer is in no way connected with the distribution of the instructional
(4) The reviewer does not have any direct or indirect pecuniary interest in the business
or profits of any person engaged in manufacturing, publishing, or selling instructional
materials designed for use in the public schools.
(5) The reviewer will not accept any emolument or promise of future reward of any
kind from any publisher or manufacturer of instructional materials or his or her agent
or anyone interested in, or intending to bias his or her judgment in any way in, the
selection of any materials to be adopted.
(6) The reviewer understands that it is unlawful to discuss matters relating to instructional
materials submitted for adoption with any agent of a publisher or manufacturer of
instructional materials, either directly or indirectly, except during the period when
the publisher or manufacturer is providing a presentation for the reviewer during
his or her review of the instructional materials submitted for adoption.
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