August 6, 2022 Surveillance, U.S., Youth & Schools
Genevieve O’Gara reports:
Installing cameras in classrooms in the name of giving parents a window into their child’s education would violate the federal Family Education Rights and Privacy Act as well as Grand Blanc Community Schools’ policies, an attorney said at a July 19 board of education meeting.
The Grand Blanc View reported that parents and a board member had asked the district to place cameras in classrooms, or to allow students to use cellphones during class time. Advocates of the move say it would increase school transparency.
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