Chicago Board of Education continues to hold back 'Agenda of Action' following Board meetings

Despite repeated promises to make information more "transparent," the Chicago Board of Education and the administration of Chief Executive Officer Ron Huberman continue to hold back from the public information about actions that have been passed by the school board during its monthly meetings. As of August 30, 2010, the Board had still not published the report of the actions it took during its regular meeting on August 25, 2010. The delay is fairly standard, although CPS officials have promised that the information would be out before the weekend (August 27 - 29).


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