Monday, February 13, 2012

Board meeting Wednesday, no agenda posted

If you go to APS' awarding winning website looking for the agenda of the board meeting two days distant, link,
you will be disappointed.

Many agencies of government post their agendas 72 hours in advance; some post as built. Those who go beyond the bare minimum notice required by the law; 24 hrs, show more respect for the public interests and interest, than those who do not.

Ironically, the code of conduct that binds school board members because they are the senior-most if its role models, points to higher standards of conduct;

one's character is built and maintained by willingly doing
more than the law requires, and less than the law allows.
Maybe those standards are hooey, but they are the standards
they expect students to "model and promote".

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