I have posted a video of the 10/28/14 SUSD public hearing at which raises were granted to teachers, staff and administrators.
You will note that in contravention of the public’s rights under the State Constitution, the recording was stopped before the votes of your elected officials could be recorded. Almost 50 years ago the California courts recognized the right of the public to record the meetings of elected officials. The court observed:
Accuracy in reporting the transactions of a public governing body should never be penalized, particularly in a democracy, where truth is often said to be supreme.