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Meetings: remote attendance
There are a variety of reasons why you may wish to attend meetings remotely. In fact, you might be considering having fully virtual board meetings. Here we discuss applicable regulations, consider the pros and the cons and how technology might impact virtual governance.
- Remote attendance is allowed
- Governors attending remotely count towards the quorum
- Governing board meetings can be entirely virtual
- Pros and cons
- Examples of virtual governance arrangements
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