34 CFR 400.6 - What are the requirements for establishing a State Committee of Practitioners?

§ 400.6 What are the requirements for establishing a State Committee of Practitioners?
(a) Consultation. A State shall appoint a State Committee of Practitioners (Committee) after consulting with—
(1) Local school officials representing eligible recipients;
(2) Representatives of—
(i) Organized labor;
(ii) Business;
(iii) Superintendents;
(iv) Community-based organizations;
(v) Private industry councils established under section 102(a) of the JTPA (29 U.S.C. 1512);
(vi) State councils;
(vii) Parents;
(viii) Special populations; and
(ix) Correctional institutions;
(3) The administrator appointed under 34 CFR 403.13(a);
(4) The State administrator of programs assisted under part B of the IDEA;
(5) The State administrator of programs assisted under chapter 1;
(6) The State administrator of programs for students of limited English proficiency; and
(7) Guidance counselors.
(b) Committee selection. The State shall select the Committee from nominees solicited from—
(1) State organizations representing school administrators;
(2) Teachers;
(3) Parents;
(4) Members of local boards of education; and
(5) Appropriate representatives of institutions of higher education.
(c)
(1) Committee membership. The Committee must consist of—
(i) Representatives of local educational agencies, who must constitute a majority of the members of the committee;
(ii) School administrators;
(iii) Teachers;
(iv) Parents;
(v) Members of local boards of education;
(vi) Representatives of institutions of higher education; and
(vii) Students.
(2) School administrators, teachers, and members of local boards of education may be counted as representatives of LEAs for purposes of paragraph (c)(1)(i) of this section.
(Authority: 20 U.S.C. 2325 (a) and (d)(1); 2468a)

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