25 CFR § 273.118 - Are there additional authorities an Indian Education Committee can exercise?
The organizational papers and by-laws of the Indian Education Committee may include additional powers and duties that would permit the Committee to:
(a) Participate in negotiations concerning all contracts;
(b) Make an annual assessment of the learning needs of Indian children in the community affected;
(c) 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 § 273.180;
(d) Request periodic reports and evaluations regarding the Indian education program;
(e) Establish a local grievance policy and procedures related to programs in the education plan;
(f) Meet regularly with the professional staff serving Indian children and with the local education agency;
(g) Hold committee meetings on a regular basis which are open to the public; and
(h) Have such additional powers as are consistent with these regulations.
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