W. Va. Code R. § 135-49-6 - State Compacts

Current through Register Vol. XXXIX, No. 11, March 18, 2022

6.1. In its system master plan, the Council may identify important state and system goals, objectives and priorities that it and institutions under its jurisdiction acting alone will be unable to accomplish. In such cases, the Council directs the Chancellor to attempt to enter into state contacts, or contracts, with those external entities.
6.2. In determining whether a state contact may be appropriate, the Chancellor shall consider:
6.2.1. Whether significant collaboration with an external entity or entities is necessary or advantageous to increase the likelihood of accomplishing a goal, objective or priority;
6.2.2. Whether an external entity or entities would need to make a significant commitment of resources to accomplish a goal, objective or priority; and
6.2.3. Whether an external entity or entities is/are receptive to entering into a state compact.
6.3. At a minimum, a state compact shall:
6.3.1. Identify the parties to the compact;
6.3.2. Identify the term of the contact;
6.3.3. Set forth measurable outcomes the parties seek to achieve by entering into the contact;
6.3.4. Identify what each party will contribute in terms of resources as part of the contact;
6.3.5. Set forth a system for evaluating the success or failure of the compact to achieve the outcomes sought; and
6.3.6. Provide that the feilure of one party to the compact to perform excuses the Council from performance under the compact
6.4. Before a proposed state compact becomes operative and binding on the Council and institutions under its jurisdiction, the Council shall approve it.
6.5. The Chancellor shall provide a copy of any approved state conqiact to the Legislative Oversight Commission on Education Accountability.


W. Va. Code R. § 135-49-6

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