State orders school districts to release details of what online content they block

The Central Bucks and Neshaminy school districts must release records that show how students are monitored and protected while surfing the net. The Pennsylvania Office of Open Records ordered the release and gave each district 30 days to produce the files first requested by the Bucks County Courier Times on November 8 as part of a story on how districts monitor and control online activity.

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Source: Allentown Morning Call, February 11, 2020.