Sep 272018
 September 27, 2018  Posted by  Laws, U.S., Youth & Schools

Louie Diaz writes:

SB 1036 prohibits a local educational agency from including directory or personal information of a student or parent in board meeting minutes, according to officials.

“The governor’s signature on this bill ensures citizens can participate in school board meetings without fear of their personal address or other information being released to the public,” said Wilk. “Democracy works best when people feel free to participate without fear of reprisal or intimidation; this bill will accomplish that goal.”

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