State Board of Education to Meet in Charleston
Posted: April 05, 2001
The West Virginia Board of Education will hold its regular monthly meeting on Thursday, April 12, in the Board Conference Room, Capitol Complex, Building 6, Room 353, Charleston, WV. President J.D. Morris will preside.
The State Board will meet beginning at 1:00 p.m., Wednesday, April 11, for pre-board discussions with representatives from the following groups: select Department of Education staff members; West Virginia Commission for Professional Teaching Standards; West Virginia Association of School Administrators; and the West Virginia School Boards Association.
AGENDA April 12, 2001
9:00 a.m. CALL TO ORDER JOINT MEETING WITH THE MINGO COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION RECOGNITIONS DELEGATIONS OFFICE OF EDUCATION PERFORMANCE AUDITS (OEPA) DIRECTOR'S INFORMATION
OEPA BUSINESS *Accreditation Status Based on Education Performance Audit of the Calhoun County School System *Accreditation Status Based on Education Performance Audit of the Calhoun Gilmer Career Center *Accreditation Status Based on Education Performance Audit of the Clay County School System *Accreditation Status Based on Education Performance Audit of the Pocahontas County School System *School District Approval Status and School Accreditation Status Based on Follow-up Education Performance Audit of the Raleigh County School System *Proposed Revisions to Policy 2320-A Process for Improving Education: Performance Based Accreditation System
CONSENT AGENDA ITEMS *Approval of Minutes
Amendment-Fayette County Comprehensive Educational Facilities Plan Amendment-Hancock County Comprehensive Educational Facilities Plan Amendment-Kanawha County Comprehensive Educational Facilities Plan Amendment-Mineral County Comprehensive Educational Facilities Plan 3% Funding for Projects Funded by the Statewide Hold Back Fund County Boards of Education Budget Supplement/Transfer Requests for 2000-01 Report on Activities of the HVAC Technicians Project CATS Education First Office of Healthy Schools Instructional Technology Report Administrative Technology Report Lincoln County Waivers High School Diplomas for Veterans Summer School Waivers of Principal Leadership Academy Attendance West Virginia Entry: 2001 Teacher Shortage Areas Nationwide Listing Personnel
REPORTS *Legislative Update *Title II Higher Education Report Card, The Quality of Teacher Preparation in West Virginia *Instructional Technology (IT) *Preliminary Report of the Tomblin v. Gainer Vocational Offerings Committee
NEW BUSINESS *Approval of Two New Content Specializations for Two Higher Education Institutions of Professional Preparation *Policy 2419-Regulations for the Education of Exceptional Students *Proposed Revisions to Policy: West Virginia Code Title 127, §18-2-25 West Virginia Secondary School Activities Commission *Approval of the 2001-02 School Calendar for the West Virginia Schools for the Deaf and the Blind
FUTURE MEETINGS *May 10 in Charleston