Denver Public School board member to introduce email retention policy

The Denver Gazette: Thirty days after an email is deleted from a Denver Public Schools’ (DPS) account, district officials are unable to retrieve it, stripping potentially important documents from the public record.

Board of Education Director Scott Baldermann wants to change that.

At least for the board and its staff.

Baldermann told The Denver Gazette he had been kicking around the idea for some time before a story earlier this month found — after the district denied a Colorado Open Records Act request because the email sought had been deleted — weak policies.

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