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BEA Advisory Council 2022-05-17T18:06:39-06:00

A Black Education Advisory Council was created to advise the secretary, school districts, and charter schools and will meet at least twice a year. The goal of the council is to provide ways of improving public/chartered school education for Black students, therefore increasing the number of Black high school graduates and Black high school graduates who succeed in post-secondary education. The advisory council can appoint no more than 23 members that must include:

  • 3 current teachers or school administrators of public schools,
  • 3 current teachers or school administrators of chartered schools,
  • 2 representatives of post-secondary education (including one representative of teacher preparation programs),
  • 3 parents of currently enrolled students in public schools,
  • 3 students currently attending a public secondary school,
  • 1 representative of the higher education department,
  • 1 representative of the office of African American affairs,
  • 1 representative of the developmental disabilities planning council and representatives of Black culture within the community (this can include the community, business organizations and other interested persons)

Council Meetings

May 2022 BEA Advisory Council Meeting

March 2022 BEA Advisory Council Meeting

Meeting Recording

February 2022 BEA Advisory Council Meeting

Meeting Recording

Page last updated May 17, 2022