From the South Bend Tribune:
Q: I am interested in getting a copy of one or more emails between a school board president and the school superintendent. The president supposedly wrote that older teachers should “be gently escorted out.” (Teachers union president is claiming age discrimination, etc.)
I know there is the issue of reasonable specificity as it relates to emails. If I request all emails between all board members and the superintendent for the past three months, do you think that’s specific enough?
A: I think that’s specific enough. If you know it was the school board president, just ask for the emails between those two for the time period in question.
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