BATON ROUGE, La. (WGNO) – The Ka’Mauri Harrison Act is headed to the State Senate.
The bill, which would require schools to clearly define rules for virtual instruction, passed the full House on Tuesday.
The bill also ensures that parents and students can appeal discipline decisions like the suspension Ka’Mauri Harrison received for having a BB gun in his bedroom during a virtual class.
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