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Posted: 4:35 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 22, 2013
NORTH AND SOUTH CAROLINA —
The U.S. House of Representatives will discuss legislation Thursday night that would prevent sex offenders and child predators from working in any school.As of now, the policy is different for both North and South Carolina.In South Carolina, all employees must go through a full background check.In North Carolina, it’s up to school districts to conduct their own checks.The authors of the bill said a federal law would close these gaps and ban any offenders from working in any classroom.“It really isn’t providing the level of assurance parents should have about their children being safe when they go to school every day,” said California Rep. George Miller.The bill does have bipartisan support.To view the bill, click here.To view the audit, click here.
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