The U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights has issued a new rule that requires all school districts to make student ticketing information public.

The OCR rule requires schools to provide the information about lottery tickets to the public on their website.

The new rule does not require schools to post the information publicly.

However, it will require all schools to make the information public on school websites.

The rule is expected to save money and prevent fraud by parents and schools.

A majority of states do not post lottery ticket information online, and the Office for Children’s Services of the Department of Justice says there is no federal standard.

The Office for Education Technology Services (OTEES) said it will begin posting the information in 2018, but the Office of Civil Rights said it has not received an OES request for that information yet.

The Office for National Statistics said last year that the data collected in school lottery systems could cost the U.K. $6.5 billion annually.

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the National Labor Relations Board are both reviewing the OES rule and DHS Secretary Alexander Acosta said the agency will “review and implement” the rule.