Feb 222019
 February 22, 2019  Posted by  Laws, Surveillance, U.S., Youth & Schools

Hunter Field reports:

After a committee discussed his proposal for an hour, the sponsor of a bill that would require schools to place video cameras in special education classrooms upon request agreed to temporarily hold the bill to make several changes.

House Bill 1019 by Rep. Jim Sorvillo, R-Little Rock, would mandate that schools install cameras in self-contained classrooms at the request of a student’s parents or district staff.

Read more on Arkansas Democrat Gazette.

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