ELMHURST, IL – Elmhurst School District 205 has backtracked on its decision to keep secret the records for teachers’ equity training.
Late last week, the district released to Patch a total of 32 pages of documents associated with training for teachers last year. The program cost the district $46,000.
The release happened more than a week after the district decided to keep the records in question under wraps. It originally cited the exception for trade secrets under the state’s open records law.
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The district said Corwin, a publishing company, owns or holds all the rights to the materials provided in the training.
In an email T
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