Fairbanks school board member unhappy with new policy

Posted: Wednesday, December 04, 2002

FAIRBANKS (AP) -- Not every one is happy with the new policy concerning students and military recruiters.

One Fairbanks North Star Borough School District member wants the board to ask Congress to repeal the law. Royce Chapman believes the new policy is an invasion of privacy.

The new policy is part of the No Child Left Behind Act. It would allow recruiters on school grounds for recruitment activities, as well as giving them access to students' names, addresses and phone numbers.

The board is scheduled to meet again Dec. 10.



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