An Educator's Guide to Freedom of Information
This is the first practical book available on the subject, designed to assist education decision-makers in dealing with the many difficult and complex issues in this area.
Inside you'll find an overview of the development and origin of freedom of information and privacy legislation. Individual chapters focus on the specific freedom of information and privacy concerns of teachers, principals, support staff, trustees, directors, parents and students that arise on a daily basis in schools across Ontario.
It also offers advice based on a review of Information and Privacy Commissioner orders. As well, it shows you how the Information and Privacy Commissioner, the Management Board Secretariat and other entities are using the web to help the public and school boards cope with freedom of information and privacy concerns.