Senate considers bill to require digital records of state Board of Ed meetings

The Delaware State Senate is considering a bill that would allow citizens to be better informed about actions taken by the state Board of Education. 

The measure would require that digital recordings of the board’s meetings be made available.  The recordings would be placed on the Department of Education’s state website within seven business days.  Executive sessions, workshops, retreats and committee meetings would be exempt from the requirement.

 

To read the bill in its entirety, CLICK HERE.

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