Over at the Richard Howe blog there is this discussion of a Supreme Judicial Court ruling on the Open Meeting Law and evaluations of people like School Superintendents (and City Managers).
My take-away from what Dick Howe wrote was that the preliminaries have to be in public and there is to be no EMailing amongst the School Committee members before hand. I wonder if that is moving in the direction that no EMails should be exchanged between School Committee members before any meeting, on just about any issue? I will post that question at the original blog post and see if it elicits a nibble.
Regards — Cliff