A bill that would require school districts to post collective bargaining information — including teacher salaries — on their Web sites for the public to view passed the Senate on Tuesday with no debate and a 27-1 vote.
HB210, sponsored by Rep. Ken Sumsion, R-American Fork, would bring transparency to the process.
Some school districts, including Davis, Grand, Nebo, Weber and Ogden, are already in compliance and offer that information to the public.
"They have set a trend," Sen. Margaret Dayton, R-Orem, co-sponsor of the bill, told the Senate.
Utah Education Association and Parents for Choice in Education support the bill.
— Amy K. Stewart