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Background screening

A bill (H.B. 23) introduced in the Hawaii House of Representatives would require background checks on current and future public school teachers as well as subcontractors who work at public school facilities in any capacity. Those who have been convicted of a crime and, through the nature of that crime, could pose a danger to children may not be hired. If that person is currently working in the public school system, they would be fired immediately.

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