This quiz covers exemptions to the Open Meetings Act.
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Closing a meeting–Quiz
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Question 1 of 2
During the public comment period of an open meeting of the school board, a member of the audience complains about the actions of an elementary school principal. Several other parents at the meeting also raise issues about this particular principal. Although the subject was not on the agenda, because of the seriousness of the accusations, the school board votes to immediately close the meeting under the OMA personnel exception. Can the meeting be immediately closed to discuss this topic?CorrectIncorrect
Question 2 of 2
The school board wants to call a special meeting to discuss the actions of the principal. The only topic at the meeting will be possible disciplinary action against the principal. Proper notice of the meeting is given to all school board members and the public. Several concerned parents show up at the meeting but are told no portion of the meeting will be open to the public. Is this permissible?CorrectIncorrect