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Guidelines about how surveillance is to be used in local schools and who has access to it will soon be much clearer.
The Lancaster County school board unanimously passed first reading of a policy Tuesday night that explains how surveillance equipment will be used inside the schools.
"I consider it something we need to provide to ensure safety for the students," board member Mary Etta Taylor said. "I see it as protection for the students."
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