25 CFR 273.16 - Powers and duties of Indian Education Committee.
(a) Consistent with the purpose of the Indian Education Committee, each such Committee shall be vested with the authority to:
(1) Participate fully in the planning, development, implementation, and evaluation of all programs, including both supplemental and operational support, conducted under a contract or contracts pursuant to this part. Such participation shall include further authority to:
(i) Recommend curricula, including texts, materials, and teaching methods to be used in the contracted program or programs.
(iv) Nominate a reasonable number of qualified prospective educational programmatic staff members from which the contractor would be required to select.
(v) Evaluate staff performance and program results and recommend appropriate action to the contractor.
(2) Approve and disapprove all programs to be contracted under this part. All programs contracted pursuant to this part shall require the prior approval of the appropriate Indian Education Committee.
(3) Secure a copy of the negotiated contract(s) which include the program(s) approved by the Indian Education Committee.
(4) Recommend to the Commissioner through the appropriate Bureau contracting officer cancellation or suspension of a contract(s) which contains the program(s) approved by the Indian Education Committee if the contractor fails to permit such Committee to exercise its powers and duties as specified by this section.
(b) The organizational papers and by-laws of the Indian Education Committee may include additional powers and duties which would permit the Committee to:
(3) Have access to all reports, evaluations, surveys, and other program and budget related documents determined necessary by the Committee to carry out its responsibilities, subject only to the provisions of § 273.49.
(6) Meet regularly with the professional staff serving Indian children and with the local education agency.
Title 25 published on 2013-04-01
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