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More Secrecy In Broward Schools: Even School Board Members Can’t Attend Parkland Meetings

John McCall
Sun Sentinel
People check in at the front of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School for a meeting in Parkland on Thursday, Jan. 31, 2019.

Confronted with the possibility of opening a meeting to the public, Broward County schools found another way Monday to keep a wrap on details about February’s mass killing at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.

The school district decided it was better to keep School Board members out of a meeting with Parkland parents rather to allow the public in.

The meeting was scheduled to allow parents of 10th-graders to meet with Superintendent Robert Runcie and discuss their concerns about school security and leadership. A similar meeting with parents of ninth-graders took place Thursday.

Read more at the South Florida Sun Sentinel