Each eligible recipient local education agency or postsecondary educational institution which receives federal assistance shall establish a local advisory committee on career and technical education. The local advisory committee may be established for schools, the community, or the region in which the eligible recipient is located.
The local advisory committee shall be composed of representatives of the general public including representatives of directly related business, industry, and labor.
Representatives from several program committees, or representatives of several school committees within a local education agency, having the requisite representation in the above paragraph, may join together to form a general local advisory committee.
The local advisory committee shall advise the eligible recipient on the current job needs and the relevance of programs (courses) being offered by the local education agency or postsecondary educational institution in meeting current job needs. The local advisory committee shall assist the eligible recipient in developing its application for funds.
L 1998 c 397 art 11 s 3; 33 SR 1857
May 22, 2009
Official Publication of the State of Minnesota
Revisor of Statutes