It’s off to the Missouri Senate for a house bill that would, potentially, prevent district-hopping for school employees with previous cases of sexual misconduct. Sponsored by the 124th district’s Rocky Miller, House Bill-739 would require full disclosure between school districts about a former employee when requested…specifically regarding any confirmed violation of a board policy related to abusive behavior toward a student. The bill also increases training for initial school board members, defines “sexual harassment,” establishes sexual harassment training for students in grades six and up, and modifies the Open Meetings and Records Law pertaining to the sharing of records between schools for employees. The bill was read for a third time and passed out of the house on Thursday before, quickly, being reported to the senate and read for the first time in that chamber. Representative Miller tells KRMS News that he hopes the bill will get on a fast track and continue through the Senate on the way to the governor’s desk.