New Jersey’s AI Education Policy Landscape

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UPDATE (June 2024): New Jersey became the 16th state to release AI Education guidance, releasing a short page on their official site with a chart on Foundational AI Terms and Concepts, as well as links to further resources.

No guidance posted on As of October 2023, Governor Murphy has plans to establish Artificial Intelligence Task Force which will include state education officials.


Rutgers University has a tool called “Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Higher Education”, which tells of the newly-developed AI Roundtable, answers FAQs on GenAI, gives suggestions to Rutgers faculty, and links to AI-related events and further resources.

Princeton University‘s McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning has posted a letter from two deans written on January 25th, 2023 addressed to Teaching Faculty with clear guidelines for the use of AI in the classroom. The same resource also has example syllabus statements on AI/ChatGPT and links to further readings for faculty (though none are more recent than January 2023). The university also has a project called “Dialogues on AI and Ethics” on their site, though there are no recent policies posted on that platform.

Further Resources

NJ AI Education Guidance

AI Task Force

Rutgers University AI Page

Princeton AI/ChatGPT Letter

Princeton AI Ethics

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