Denver Public Schools’ board curbs use of executive sessions

The Denver Gazette: The Denver Public Schools Board of Education has twice rejected convening business behind closed doors since holding an unlawful executive session in March.

At least three directors — including Board President Xóchitl Gaytán — have said they want to curb the board’s use of executive sessions in the wake of public criticism of their secret meeting on March 23.

The board had ostensibly met to discuss the accused student shooter and security arrangements in response to the March 22 shooting at the district’s flagship campus: East High School.

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