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Publishing governing body minutes online

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Last updated on 16 November 2016
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Must governing bodies publish their minutes online? Governing bodies are not required to publish minutes online, but it is considered good practice to do so. We answer frequently asked questions (FAQs) on publishing minutes online and link to examples of minutes on school websites.

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Contents

  1. 1 Must governing bodies publish their minutes online?
  2. 2 Publishing minutes online: FAQs
  3. 3 Restricting access to confidential information
  4. 4 Examples of published governing body minutes

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