Missouri teachers can hide private conversations with students from parents, says policy in dozens of schools

The policies, which are part of the broader categoryInterviews with or Removal of Students,” Expresar “school counselors meet with students to discuss academics and personal issues, teachers often discuss academic performance with students, and school officials meet with students when investigating disciplinary violations.

The district will not honor requests by parents/guardians to be informed prior to these discussions, be present during the discussions, or prohibit conversations between a student and staff members,” the policy continues.

The policy is provided as a sample by the Missouri School Board Association (MSBA), and nearly all the school districts adopted it at the end of 2020 or beginning of 2021.

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Andy Wells, a parent with three children in a school district with this policy, told Fox News Digital he does not believe it is a coincidence that the policy was implemented at the time it was.