Just two months after the Washington County, Va., school board approved a policy preventing students' full names from appearing with their photographs online, the issue is on the agenda again for Oct. 6, as one county resident says parents--not the school board--should decide whether their children's names appear, reports the Bristol Herald Courier. The school system maintains that online photos with names could subject children to internet predators. But "I worry more about the public school system taking away the rights of the parents," said Vernon Smith, whose sons graduated several years ago from county schools and whose grandchildren are...

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