The Denver Gazette: If actions in fact speak louder than words, then Denver’s newest school board members’ earliest moves show they are not the community-focused group they promised to be.
We all know the “sausage-making” of public policy can get ugly and contentious. All the more reason it should be conducted in public.
The newly sworn-in board decided not to live-stream its first-ever meeting, a daylong retreat Dec. 9 that included a discussion about how to approach charter school contract renewals.
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