Some board members fear the move would expose the district to litigation if sensitive, protected information was inadvertently posted online, but there also were concerns about the possibility of data being misinterpreted.
Board member Ed McNally applauded the move as making the district’s operations more transparent.
The Tribune article notes that both School District 300 in Carpentersville and Elgin School District U-46 already post their responses to public records requests on their websites.
For more details, read the full Tribune story.
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