A demonstration of a new online forum for members of the Brush, Colo., Board of Education was cut short last week when board members questioned whether they could legally use the program under the Colorado Open Meetings Law, reports the Brush News-Tribune. The board had previously directed Brush School District Technology Director Randy Dalton to create the forum, which would have enabled board members to engage in private discussions online. Dalton attended a Sept. 7 board meeting to demonstrate the possible uses of the program. “I don’t think we can use it,” said board member Mike Dixon. “I think as...
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