North Carolina schools to track and screen volunteers

06/23/2004 | News & Observer (Raleigh, N.C.), The

Starting this August, volunteers in Wake County (N.C.) schools will have to register with the school system and, if they work with little to no supervision, undergo increased background checks. While Wake school officials say the policy protects students from people with criminal histories, some parent-teacher groups fear the requirement will scare off adults who don't want their past activities to undergo such scrutiny.

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