Nov 242015
 November 24, 2015  Laws, U.S., Youth & Schools

Paul Feely reports:

The Board of School Committee held a public hearing Monday night on a policy governing the use of audio and video recordings in city classrooms.

A new state law, RSA 189:68, requires school districts to hold public hearings on recordings that might be made in a public classroom, and to obtain permission from teachers and parents for such recordings, as well as school board approval. School officials say the vagueness of portions of the law has generated questions for school districts across the state regarding how many public hearings and permission slips are needed for each recording, as well as how school officials should handle situations involving students with disabilities who regularly record classes.

Read more on Union Leader.

Thanks to Joe Cadillic for this link.

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