Haste in choosing new San Francisco school superintendent leaves public out

When the San Francisco School Board took action behind closed doors to begin negotiations with a replacement for a retiring superintendent, they neglected to post a notice of the meeting on the district’s website or report the action taken in the closed session, both violations of the Brown Act, the state’s open meeting law. -db

From the San Francisco Examiner, March 18, 2012, by Amy Crawford.

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