WVEduCast – Episode 15: West Virginia's Freedom of Information Act
WVEduCast – Episode 15: West Virginia's Freedom of Information Act

Episode 15 of the WVEduCast – An Education Law Podcast has been posted and is available for listening, sharing or downloading at the link below. Thanks to our many loyal listeners and subscribers. We really enjoy creating this content for you and hope that you find it informative and helpful.

In this episode, host Trey Morrone speaks with Josh Cottle, a Bowles Rice colleague and fellow member of the firm's Education Law Practice Group who represents school boards in cases involving violations of the Open Governmental Proceedings Act and the Freedom of Information Act, and counsels school boards on compliance with those Acts to avoid litigation. Fittingly, the topic of this episode is West Virginia's Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), which establishes a process for seeking information from public bodies such as county boards of education.

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LINK  WVEduCast – Episode 15 (25:38)

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