Nov 092014
 
 November 9, 2014  Workplace

The Denver Post Editorial Board writes:

Good for the Colorado Freedom of Information Coalition (CFIC), which went to bat for a parent seeking the names of teachers at his daughter’s school who called in sick in September to protest Jefferson County school board policies.

At first,  according to the coalition, the district rejected Kyle Walpole’s open-records request on the grounds that it pertained to “confidential medical information.”

Read more on Denver Post. Of course a sick-out really has nothing to do with confidential medical information, and the parent ultimately prevailed.

Sorry, the comment form is closed at this time.