Report: Many Indiana districts flout law on contracts
A report says more than 25 percent of Indiana school districts aren't complying with a year-old state law requiring them to post their superintendents' employment contracts on the districts' websites.
The Evansville Courier & Press reported Sunday that it found 106 Indiana school districts haven't posted their superintendents contracts or they've posted them in a way finding them online requires help.
Indiana Public Access Counselor Joe Hoage says the state law doesn't really spell out where exactly the contract has to appear on a website.
The law's author, Indianapolis Republican Rep. Bob Behning, says enforcement is impossible because lawmakers felt the two most appropriate state agencies are too political to be entrusted with it.
Information from: Evansville Courier & Press
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