(USATODAY) — As police departments across the country adopt body cameras, an Iowa school district is following suit by outfitting administrators with clip-on video cameras.
Burlington Community School District in southeastern Iowa is taking the unusual step of recording parent and student interactions with principals and assistant principals — a move district officials say will protect both sides.
"It's personal accountability," Superintendent Pat Coen told The Des Moines Register. "Did we treat this person with dignity, honor and respect? And if we didn't, why didn't we?"
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