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(a) Neither the formal evaluation document, nor any notes, comments, or other information used in its preparation is a matter of public record.
(b) The evaluation may be reviewed upon demand at reasonable times by the person evaluated or some other person designated in writing by the person evaluated.
(c) Each school district shall establish procedures as to which supervisory personnel may have access to the evaluation documents.
(d) Unless mutually agreed otherwise by both the person evaluated and the school board (or its designee), no portion of an evaluation may be made public, except as evidence in a proceeding relative to an evaluated person's certification or employment, or as otherwise allowed or required by a court of law.
History: Eff. 8/30/75, Register 55
Authority: AS 14.07.020
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