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Nominations Needed Committee of Practitioners
The SD Department of Education’s Committee of Practitioners is currently seeking additional members. The Committee meets twice a year in the fall and in June with other phone meetings as required. This advisory committee provides input for the Department by reviewing proposed or final state rules or regulations and giving comments to the Department. Items of discussion recently were: DOE Accountability Workbook, School Improvement Grants, and program area plans such as Even Start guidelines and grants, McKinney-Vento State Plan, etc.
The committee is composed of twelve to fifteen members as necessary. As this is an advisory committee, members are not compensated for their time, however, all expenses are paid. The committee must be composed of administrators, teachers, vocational educators, parents, school board members, private school representatives, and pupil services personnel (i.e. counselors).
The Committee seeks membership from across the state and from large and small districts. Additional members to be added this fall are parents, school board members, pupil services personnel. Click here to view the current list of the members.
The Committee wishes to have additional appointees in place as soon as possible. Self-nominations are appropriate or districts may wish to nominate someone to the position. The Department Secretary has final authority on nominations. Click here to download an application.
The Committee is defined in ESEA Section 1903(b) and Title I Section 1111(c)(11).
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