Jul 142014
 
 July 14, 2014  Featured News, U.S., Youth & Schools

AP reports:

Gov. Jay Nixon has vetoed legislation that would have prohibited Missouri’s public schools from tracking students electronically.

The legislation rejected Wednesday sought to bar districts from using “radio frequency identification technology” to monitor or track the location of students.

Nixon said it would have eroded the ability of local school officials to decide what’s best for their students.

Read more on Connect MidMissouri.

Sorry, the comment form is closed at this time.