May 282013
 
 May 28, 2013  Laws, Youth & Schools

Joy Pullmann reports:

Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin will consider a student privacy bill Oklahoma lawmakers passed by large margins this month. Its state-level protections are first of their kind in the nation, said John Kraman, executive director of student information at the Oklahoma Department of Education, and may provide a model for other states as privacy concerns rise.

House Bill 1989 passed the House 88-2 on May 16 and the Senate 41-0 on May 22.

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