Recording Surreptitiously

October 2015
School Administrator;Oct2015, Vol. 72 Issue 9, p8
The article looks at a panel discussion hosted by the periodical to decide whether recording of talks at a meeting of the school superintendent's cabinet is ethical or not. Views of several panel participants including Shelley Berman, interim superintendent; Kelly Henson, executive director of Georgia Professional Standards Commission; and Sarah Mackenzie, associate professor of educational leadership are also presented.


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