Lawmakers heard arguments for it on Wednesday.
It's been investigating the school in the fallout from Jordan McNair's death.
“It sucks to be in this community. No parent should have to lose a child."
McNair's friends still struggle with his absence from their lives.
Jordan McNair's death exposed UMD's many levels of dysfunction. Reform was weak.
The legislation will expand the board's membership from 17 to 21.
The board will be led by Rod Walters, who investigated the circumstances surrounding McNair’s death.