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SECTION 4601
Advisory councils
Education (EDN) CHAPTER 16, TITLE 6, ARTICLE 93
§ 4601. Advisory councils. 1. The board of education of each school
district and of each board of cooperative educational services
maintaining an approved career education program shall appoint an
advisory council for career education consisting of at least ten
members. The membership shall include, but not be limited to, persons:

a. Familiar with the vocational needs and problems of management and
labor in the region.

b. Familiar with programs of career education at the postsecondary and
adult levels.

c. Familiar with the manpower needs and requirements of the region to
be served.

d. Familiar with the special educational needs of the physically and
mentally handicapped.

e. Representative of community interests, including persons familiar
with the special needs of the population to be served.

f. A student who is participating in a career education program at the
school district or board of cooperative educational services district
being served by the advisory council.

2. It shall be the duty of such advisory council for career education
to advise the board of education or board of cooperative education on
the development of and policy matters arising in the administration of
career education, including the preparation of long-range and annual
program plans submitted to the commissioner of education, and assist
with an annual evaluation of career education programs, services and
activities provided by the school district or board of cooperative
education.

3. Advisory councils may appoint consultant committees representative
of specific occupational fields to assist in the work of the council and
the board of education or board of cooperative education with respect to
the planning, development and requirements for establishment of new
programs or evaluation and revision of existing programs.

4. The board of education of any school district or the board of
cooperative educational services may employ such professional, technical
and clerical personnel as may be necessary to enable the advisory
council to carry out its functions specified in this section.