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The Auburn Enlarged City School District has implemented a new online service for its school board meeting agendas.
Auburn has started using school board management software called BoardDocs, the school district said in a news release. Through the system, the district said it was using cloud-based technology to “radically improve its governance processes” while saving staff time and taxpayer dollars.
“The remarkably powerful and easy-to-use service will allow the District to maximize the effectiveness of board meetings with increased transparency, providing a foundation for better and more open communication with the public,” the press release reads. “Electronic distribution will not only save time and resources, but it will also provide unprecedented public access through the Auburn Enlarged City School District website to agenda items and information. This process will allow interested parties to review information prior to board meetings. All documents associated with the meeting are automatically archived and can be searched by date or by using the system’s comprehensive search function.”
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Agendas for future board meetings will be made public one day before each board meeting, the school district said.