Dec 102013
 December 10, 2013  Posted by  U.S., Youth & Schools

Bill Bush reports:

When schools discipline students for taking guns to school, the districts must report it to the state. It happened almost 250 times in Ohio last year.

But parents who look on the state Board of Education’s website won’t see most of those reports.

That’s because a department rule designed to protect the privacy of students — including those who take guns to school — keeps parents in the dark about where those hundreds of incidents happened.

Read more on The Columbus Dispatch.

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